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American, Delta and US Airways Match United Airline's $50 Increase in Change Fees

submitted on May 3, 2013 by HouTex in "Stores / Merchants"
On April 18 United Airlines raised its change fee for most nonrefundable domestic airfares to $200 from $150. US Airways matched the increase last week. Yesterday American and Delta joined in, matching the $50 fee increase.

These fees affect the cheapest tickets. Less-restrictive coach fares with higher prices and refundable tickets typically don't carry a change fee and remain unchanged at all carriers.

Southwest Airlines does not charge a change fee, but it recently announced a new policy on no-shows. Passengers on the cheapest tickets will have to cancel a reservation before departure, otherwise they won't be able to apply credit from the missed flight toward a later trip.


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