The airline, which made $830 million in revenue from fees in 2019, suspended change fees this spring due to the coronavirus pandemic.

ATLANTA, Ga. (Patch) – After temporarily suspending change fees earlier this year due to the coronavirus pandemic, Delta Airlines announced Monday that passengers will no longer be charged to make travel changes or cancel tickets for most domestic flights.

The policy change will be permanent for main cabin, Comfort+ and first class and comes after United Airlines announced a similar change. Before the change, Delta charged $200 on domestic, non-refundable flights plus any difference in price. Basic economy flights are not included in the waiver of the change fees, the airline announced.

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