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Delta Air Lines provides exemptions for traveling to Italy in the middle of the corona virus outbreak

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Delta Air Lines is offering travel waivers to ticketholders is scheduled to fly to Italy in the midst of the concerns about the COVID-19 the outbreak, which has claimed the lives of 11 ill 300 of these in the country.

Passengers scheduled to fly to the airports of Bologna (BLQ) to Milan (either ME or the LXP) and Venice (VCE), through March 2, are now eligible to change flights without a change fee, as long as rescheduled travel is booked through March 31. Passengers also have the option to cancel their travel plans, and the value of a future flights booked within one year from the ticket’s date of issue, although the rate differences and change fees will still apply.

Additional information can be found on the website of the Delta.

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“The health and safety of customers and employees are Delta’s top priority and the airline has a number of processes and strategies in order to respond to the growing corona virus take care,” Delta said in its announcement of the travel waivers on Tuesday, adding that the releases are now similar to the one that is to be provided by the partners of Air France.

Travellers scheduled to fly with Delta, Bologna, Milan, and Venice, were now to be eligible to change flights without a change fee.
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“Delta continues to keep in touch with, the most important infectious disease experts at the CDC, WHO and local health officials to respond to the corona virus, and to ensure that the training, policies, procedures, and the cleanliness of the cabin, and disinfection measures to meet and exceed the guidelines,” the airline continued.

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Delta, along with American Airlines and United Airlines, is now offering travel waivers for passengers scheduled to fly on to South Korea. The airline also announced Wednesday that it will reduce the flight schedule at the Incheon International Airport as a result of the widespread concern about the health-related corona virus (COVID-19).”

United Airlines has confirmed that it has not yet announced any changes to the service you want to relax. A representative from American Airlines was not immediately available for comment.

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