Delta halts operations at some Florida stations, donates $250,000 to Red Cross for Ian’s relief

Editor’s note: This article, originally published on September 25, was updated on September 29 with the latest information regarding Hurricane Ian.

Delta has suspended operations at several Florida airports as Hurricane Ian moves through the state and is offering a waiver for affected customers. The airline also donated $250,000 to the American Red Cross for Hurricane Ian relief efforts.

Delta customers can support hurricane relief efforts by donating through Delta Customer Micrositein partnership with the Red Cross.

Delta is monitoring conditions closely and will only resume operations in affected locations when it is safe to do so. Customers are requested to closely monitor the status of their flight on delta.com or the Fly Delta app.

On Tuesday, Delta expanded the fare difference waiver it was originally released on Sunday to include more destinations in Georgia and South Carolina and airports throughout Florida. The waiver is effective September 25 through September 30. Thus, the fare difference for customers will be canceled when the modified trip takes place no later than October 3, 2022, in the same service cabin as the one originally booked.

At Delta, our team of 80,000 people is focused on delivering a reliable, high-quality experience and minimizing inconvenience when circumstances disrupt planned operations. A Customer Guide to Traveling with Delta offers more information on cancellations, refunds and waivers.

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