Some, if not all of U.S. major airlines have decided to offer a change of flight fee to passengers thinking about booking travel flight, just in case any of their plans changes due to the ongoing COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak in the country.
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Amongst all the U.S carrier that have decided to extend the change-fee waiver. JetBlue became the first U.S. carrier to offer this change this occurred at the end of February 2020 alongside cancellation-fee waivers for passengers who purchased tickets between Feb. 27 and March 11 – across all flights for any travel completed by June 1.
However, the airline later extended this same gestures to all flight bookings made between March 6 and March 31 (for travel scheduled to complete by Sept. 8), allowing passengers to change or cancel flights without incurring additional fees.
“While there are no current travel restrictions to the locations we fly, customers can book with confidence on jetblue and jetbluevacations and know that changes or cancellations will be allowed without penalty should the situation change,” JetBlue announced.
More information can be found within JetBlue’s Travel Alerts.