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American Airlines, Delta Air Lines and United Airlines are currently offering to waive change fees for ticketholders is scheduled to fly to South Korea in the next few months.
The airlines has updated travel warnings have been announced in the midst of the concerns about the COVID-19-escape in the country, on Wednesday, reported that there were 11 dead and more than 1,200 infections caused by the novel corona virus, according to The Associated Press.
Passengers at South korea’s Incheon International Airport, as shown in the illustration at the end of last month, it will be seen that the wearing of masks in the midst of the anxieties about novel corona virus.
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American Airlines announced on Monday that passengers scheduled to travel to Incheon International Airport (ICN), which serves the greater Seoul area, will be in a position to alter, postpone or cancel their travel at no additional cost. Only those passengers who have their tickets purchased prior to Feb. 24, for the journey, April 24, will be eligible for those of you who want to change or delay of the flight to rebook the flights for the 30th of June. Customers can also change their destination airport in South Korea, the two major airports that serve Tokyo, Japan.
Delta Air Lines is to offer the same allowances for travel to the Us to walk away from “an applicable change fees” for the passenger is scheduled to travel to South korea to airport in time for the 30th of April. Those of you who are in the cancellation of flights is subject to the value of the cancelled boarding pass in the direction of a future travel.
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We are also offering to waive, if any, of the applicable costs, as well as any difference in airfare for travel to the ICN, which is transferred to scheduled flights for the 30th of June. For customers who wish to change their departure and / or arrival cities, United is waiving change fees for passengers who rebook within one year from the date of issuance of the ticket (fare differences still apply).
All three airlines had been extended waivers for passengers traveling to China are in the midst of the concerns about the corona virus outbreak. The carriers later announced the suspension of all flights into and out of the region of the suspension which is currently still in progress.
On Monday, the CDC issued a Level 3 warning for American travelers, and he tells them to avoid “non-essential travel to South Korea,” in the midst of the battle. On Saturday, the U.s. State Department in its South Korea Travel Advisory that is currently at a Level 2, which means that travelers need to “exercise increased caution.”
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On Wednesday, as the novel corona virus had claimed over 2,700 lives and are sick of some of 81,000 over the world.