American Queen extends cruising suspension coronavirus

American Queen Steamboat Company said Wednesday that it
won’t be sailing until at least May 16.

AQSC sister company Victory Cruise Lines will delay sailings until May 17.

The decision to extend the suspension
beyond April 11 was due to “the evolving nature of the Covid-19 pandemic and
the continued widespread governmental restrictions across ports, cities and
public institutions.”

The move comes one day after Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd.’s
four brands extended their sailing suspension through May 12. 

For suspension updates and cancellation and refund policies
from other companies, click here.

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Delta Extends Waivers for Another Month

Delta Air Lines on Saturday said it will waive change fees for another month, extending the period until the end of May of this year.

Passengers will be able to change, cancel or re-book flights without a charge, including international flights.

According to the airline, if you’re traveling to the same destination, you can also change your plans without a fare difference for travel beginning by May 31. For travel from June 1-Dec. 31, the fare difference will apply.

If you’re uncertain about your travel dates or destination, we recommend canceling your ticket and receiving a credit with the same value to use on a future date.

Delta is also extending any ticket for travel in March or April that is set to expire before June 30, 2020, to permit travel until December 31, 2020. You can rebook and fly with these tickets until the end of this year.

Fares in all cabins are capped to and from all destinations throughout the U.S. and Canada through April 30.

American Airlines also extended its waivers through May; other airlines are likely to follow.

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