Delta Takes Steps to Assist Customers As Hurricane Dean Approaches Caribbean

Delta Takes Steps to Assist Customers As Hurricane Dean Approaches Caribbean



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Atlanta, GA–(HISPANIC PR WIRE)–Aug. 16, 2007–Delta Air Lines (DAL: NYSE) customers booked on flights to or from select cities in the Caribbean may make adjustments to travel schedules in preparation for Hurricane Dean, which is expected to affect the region during the next several days.

Customers who purchased tickets by August 15, 2007, and are scheduled to travel August 16, 2007, to August 22, 2007, to, from or through the following cities on Delta, Delta Connection(R) or Delta-coded flights, may make a one-time change without penalty or additional fees if tickets are changed by August 22, 2007. Travel must begin on or before August 22, 2007.

Impacted cities include the following (note: cities may change):

— Antigua

— Barbados

— Martinique

— Grand Cayman

— Kingston, Jamaica

— Montego Bay, Jamaica

— Guadeloupe

— Punta Cana

— Santo Domingo

— Santiago, Dominican Republic

— St. Maarten

— St. Lucia

Changes to origin and destination may result in a fare increase. Any fare difference between the original ticket and the new ticket will be collected at the time of rebooking. Customers whose travel plans are affected by cancellations may request refunds or reaccommodation on alternate flights without fee or penalty.

Additional cities may be impacted by this weather system and customers are encouraged to visit delta.com/travelupdates for the quickest and most up to date information. Customers may also call 1-800-325-1999 for flight information.

Delta Takes Steps to Assist Customers As Hurricane Dean Approaches Caribbean