More on the AA – Delta Interline Spat

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    Early yesterday, I wrote about American and Delta ending their interline agreement on September 15th. Yesterday, Delta issued a statement with its perspective on the situation. Delta and American Airlines (including US Airways) will no longer have an interline ticketing and baggage agreement beginning Sept. 15. The agreement provided, among other things, the ability for carriers to rebook their own customers on other airlines during irregular operations (IROPs). The cancellation of the interline agreement with American also means that travel booked (primarily through travel agencies) on and after Sept. 15 can no longer include segments operated by Delta and American on the same ticket. Baggage transfers also won’t be accepted between the two carriers. All ticket and baggage exchanges issued prior to… The post More on the AA – Delta Interline Spat appeared first on MJ on Travel.

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