Delta drops domestic change fees, following move by United By Reuters


© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: A Delta plane sits on a runway prior to takeoff at John F Kennedy International Airport in New York

CHICAGO (Reuters) – Delta Air Lines (N:) said on Monday it is permanently dropping domestic change fees, mirroring an announcement by rival United Airlines (O:) on Sunday in a push to woo back travelers.

Delta said the elimination of change fees is effective immediately and includes tickets purchased for travel within the United States, Puerto Rico and U.S. Virgin Islands for all tickets except basic economy.

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