American, Delta End Most Change Fees

By Kurt Stolz on 31 August 2020
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American’s Flagship check-in area at JFK

American Airlines and Delta Air Lines said Monday that they were ending the practice of charging change fees on most domestic flights.

The move comes on the heels of United Airlines’ announcement Sunday that it had permanently ended flight change fees for all domestic flights except for basic-economy tickets.

American, the world’s largest airline, will drop fees for transborder international flights as well as those to the Caribbean, as well as for most domestic tickets.

“Change is inevitable these days – but it’s how we respond to it that matters most,” said United’s president, Scott Kirby, referencing the coronavirus pandemic and travel, on Sunday.

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