Delta issues travel waiver due to forecasted hurricane in Florida

Editor’s take note: This post, initially revealed on Sept. 25, was updated on Sept. 27…

Editor’s take note: This post, initially revealed on Sept. 25, was updated on Sept. 27 to reflect that Ian has developed into a hurricane.

Because of to the serious climate danger from hurricane Ian to places in Florida, Delta has issued a journey waiver for those who may be impacted – helpful Sept. 25-30, 2022.

Where: 

  • Daytona Beach front, FL (DAB)
  • Panama City, FL (ECP)
  • Important West, FL (EYW)
  • Fort Lauderdale, FL (FLL)
  • Gainesville, FL (GNV)
  • Jacksonville, FL (JAX)
  • Orlando, FL (MCO)
  • Miami, FL (MIA)
  • Melbourne, FL (MLB)
  • West Palm Beach, FL (PBI)
  • Pensacola, FL (PNS)
  • Fort Myers, FL (RSW)
  • Sarasota, FL (SRQ)
  • Tallahassee, FL (TLH)
  • Tampa, FL (TPA)
  • Fort Walton Beach, FL (VPS)

When: By Sept. 30, 2022

With this, the fare variance for consumers will be waived when rebooked travel happens on or before October 3, 2022, the exact cabin of service as at first booked.

If travel is rebooked after Oct. 3, 2022 any difference in fare amongst the authentic ticket and the new ticket will be gathered at the time of reserving.

Delta’s Meteorology workforce in the airline’s Procedure and Buyer Center will proceed to watch the weather and make tactical adjustments as essential.

Prospects are inspired to verify their flight position on Delta.com or the Fly Delta Mobile App. Customers can also get updates sent straight to their cell machine or by electronic mail.