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United Airlines, Delta Airlines, and American Airlines are the top three US airlines, followed by Hawaiian Airlines, JetBlue Airways, and Alaska Airlines.
All of them have eliminated change and taxes on some foreign flights as well as all domestic flights, but several have issued cautionary statements.
Even the notoriously indecisive extremely low-cost carriers have changed their policies to allow passengers to make modifications for free.
For any domestic flight, American Airlines does not charge for cancellations or adjustments.
They also don’t charge for short-distance international flights to Canada, Mexico, or the Caribbean.
Fees for international travel from South or North America to New Zealand, the United Kingdom, Europe, Australia, Asia, and South America have also been eliminated.
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Delta Air Lines has eliminated fees for international flights departing from North America, as well as the extra time gained from the previous elimination of all domestic change fees.
However, it does not apply to economy journeys departing from outside of North America, while surcharges for tickets purchased through March 30, 2021 will be waived.
Similarly, Alaska Airlines eliminated change costs on all of their flights, both international and domestic.
Their savings rates, often known as basic economy tickets, are not included, though.
Hawaiian Airlines has also eliminated change fees on all flights, including domestic, international, and Hawaiian Miles-purchased trips.
JetBlue is the latest airline to waive the cancellation and change fees on tickets purchased with TrueBlue points, regardless of where you’re traveling.
Basic fares, commonly known as blue basic, are not included.
Southwest Airlines is one of the more accommodating airlines, having already eliminated all cancel and change costs for domestic and international flights prior to the pandemic.
Sun Country, the fourth-ranked airline, does not charge change costs if the change is made more than 60 days before departure, as does Frontier Airline.
There is a $50.00 fee for each segment changed between 59 and 14 days after departure.
Any modifications made within two weeks of departure will incur a fee of $100 per segment.