International Non-refundable Tickets (USD Currency)
Delta will allow an international nonrefundable ticket to be reissued to a U.S. domestic ticket under the following conditions:
International Non-refundable Tickets (Foreign Currency)
A Delta international nonrefundable ticket that was sold outside of the U.S. may be reissued for another international ticket provided the ticket has not expired.
Note: Refer to your ARC industry agent's handbook under "Exchange Transactions" for complete instructions regarding ticket exchange procedures.
When a ticket is changed, our automated process will calculate the most cost-effective way of applying the ticket's remaining value to your client's new itinerary. See Ticket Validity for more information.
When an exception is granted by the Sales Support Service Center, proper placement of the waiver code is required to avoid unnecessary debit memo transactions and additional administrative cost for both the travel agency and Delta.
Waiver Code Placement and Document Instructions:
Ticketing must take place on the same day the waiver code is given. Failure to ticket the same day will result in a debit memo
Delta does not permits travel agencies to issue an electronic ticket using Delta (006) ticket stock for itineraries that do not include at least one Delta (DL), Air France (AF), KLM (KL), Alitalia (AZ) or Virgin Atlantic (VS) flight segment. The fare must also allow ticketing on Delta ticket stock.
Please note: Certain exceptions may apply. For questions, please contact the GDS help desk for additional information.
Delta does not allow travel agencies to issue other carriers private fares on Delta (006) ticket stock.
Prepaid tickets for itineraries entirely on other airlines (OAL) are not allowed to be ticketed on Delta (006) ticket stock under any circumstances.
Neglecting to adhere to the ticketing restrictions above could result in one or more debit memos.
Delta may elect for any reason to terminate an agency's appointment. Termination will be advised by Delta's Travel Agency Accreditation Group. This action terminates the agency's authorization to do the following, but not limited to: