Follow the below guidelines for refunding, exchanging or voiding Delta-plated tickets issued by your agency.
Refunding a Delta-plated ticket:
Note: If a passenger is holding an expired ticket where the expiration date is now past date, it is truly expired. An expired ticket has no value left on the ticket.
Note: Travel agencies cannot issue a refund for a Delta non-refundable ticket, even if the passenger has a physician's letter stating they cannot travel due to their own illness or the illness of a family member. A refund application should be completed and forwarded to Delta with supporting documents.
Travel agencies may call 800-847-0578 to check the status of a refund.
Addresses and Fax Number
Delta Air Lines
P.O. Box 20537
Atlanta, Georgia 30320
Overnight courier service address:
Delta Air Lines
700 S. Central Avenue
Hapeville, Georgia 30354
Travel agents located in the United States, Canada, Bermuda, Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands may issue an MCO for residual value when reissuing a nonrefundable domestic or international ticket.
The MCO must be issued as Nonrefundable/Valid Delta Only.
Agencies may issue an MCO for the residual amount less the ASC. If the residual amount does not cover the entire ASC, an additional collection for the remainder of the ASC must be done.
Any remaining value must be issued in the form of a nonrefundable MCO, Valid DL Only. Previously these transactions could only be done by a Delta CTO or FTO.
Agencies are not permitted to transfer/reissue MCOs into the name of another traveler. The passenger named on the MCO must present the document to Delta in order to transfer to another passenger.
MCOs are not replaceable if lost or stolen.
Travel agencies who originally issued a refundable ticket can reissue a new ticket and process the refund if the new ticket is of less value.
On July 23, 2007, ARC implemented a One Business Day Ticket Voiding initiative for their accredited travel agents, The industry wide initiative will reduce the void timeframe for transactions received from GDS's and reduce the voiding window from two full business days, following the date of issue, to one full business day, following the date of issue.
In addition, the void window for manually entered transactions will be reduced from one full business day following the date of issue to midnight on the date of issue.
For more details please read the Amendment to the IAR Void and Modification Windows communication bulletin. This bulletin has was posted on the Travel Agency communication bulletin on July 22, 2007.
Note: The expedited reporting window will not be reduced in conjunction with the reduction of the void window. Therefore the ASP processing and output schedule will remain unchanged.
If you have any questions, you may contact ARC at (703) 816-8003 option 5. For specific instructions regarding voiding, contact your GDS.
For ARC-accredited agencies, Delta allows a travel agency to void an exchange transaction through their IAR by 11:59 PM on the same day it was issued.
For BSP agencies, exchanges cannot be voided through BSPLink. Travel agents can contact Delta’s Sales Support Center or Delta Reservations for additional information about voiding exchanges. For questions about BSPLink, travel agents can contact IATA at 514 874 0202.
For ARC-accredited agencies, Delta allows a travel agency to void (cancel) a refund transaction through their IAR by 11:59 PM on the same day it was issued.
For BSP agencies, refunds cannot be voided through BSPLink. Travel agents can contact Delta’s Sales Support Center or Delta Reservations for additional information about voiding a refund. For questions about BSPLink, travel agents can contact IATA at 514 874 0202.