While powerful and unpredictable Hurricane Dorian nears the US mainland, Delta Air Lines has capped fares for 14 cities in Florida and Georgia. The mothership also added nearly a thousand seats to its flight schedule between Florida and Atlanta.
“Delta has capped fares to and from the range between $299 and $599 in the Main Cabin and $499 and $799 in the forward cabin, based on mileage,” the airline announced Thursday evening. “Fares may be slightly higher in connect markets from those same cities through Sept. 4.”
The fare-capped cities include:
- Daytona Beach (DAB)
- Fort Lauderdale (FLL)
- Fort Myers (RSW)
- Gainesville (GNV)
- Jacksonville (JAX)
- Melbourne (MLB)
- Miami (MIA)
- Orlando (MCO)
- Sarasota/Bradenton (SRQ)
- West Palm Beach (PBI)
- Tampa (TPA)
- Brunswick (BQK)
- Valdosta (VLD)
The fare capping is similar to what Delta did for some Caribbean destinations earlier Thursday.
A Caribbean weather waiver is in effect August 30-31:
- Georgetown, Bahamas (GGT)
- Marsh Harbour, Bahamas (MHH)
- Nassau, Bahamas (NAS)
- Providenciales, Turks and Caicos Islands (PLS)
Delta Adds Seats
Delta also announced they’re adding 930 additional seats to their normal schedule between some Florida cities and Atlanta. I haven’t found information as to whether that means larger aircraft have been swapped in, additional flights added, or a combination of the two.
Delta Air Lines Contact Information
You can also contact Delta help on Twitter at @Delta.
Please try to be calm and patient with the reps. Remember that they’re being blamed for the bad weather and every other problem in the world.
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