Machu Picchu Flood Impacts Delta Flights

According to Delta Air Lines’ web site, a flood in Machu Picchu has impacted travel to, from or through Lima, Peru.

Delta recommends clients check flight status frequently for up-to-the-minute info about flight plans, or get updates sent directly to your wireless device or e-mail with Delta Messenger. If your clients’ flights are canceled or significantly delayed, they are entitled to a refund.

Even if your clients’ flight is not canceled, they may make a one-time change to their ticket without a fee if they are scheduled to travel to, from or through Lima from now through February 1. The ticket re-issue date is on or before Feb. 10.

Visit www.delta.com.
 

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