With the uncertainty presented by the global pandemic, it’s no wonder that airlines have eased their ticket policies during this unprecedented time. However, with domestic travel picking up in recent days, airlines are about to retract some of their current flexibility.
Starting March 31, most U.S. carriers will withdraw waivers on change fees for the lowest tier cabin –known as basic economy. The silver lining is that most change fees on all other cabins have been permanently eliminated. This means that all tickets, with the exception of basic economy, will maintain flexibility moving forward. So if you are planning to opt for the lowest fare class, right now is the time to book; As long as the ticket is purchased before the end of the month, future changes can be made without a penalty.
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