2 edition of Tickets for death found in the catalog.
Tickets for death
|Statement||[by] Brett Halliday [pseud.]|
|LC Classifications||PZ3.D816 Ti, PS3507.R615 Ti|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||5 p. l., 273 p.|
|Number of Pages||273|
|LC Control Number||41004261|
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Bereavement Fare Policy. While fares offered under the bereavement policy vary in price, the additional flexibility may be beneficial to accommodate unexpected changes in your travel plans. This policy, however, can only be applied by calling Delta Reservations at for domestic flights or for international flights.
You. Discounts offered on select round-trip and one-way flights when booked within seven days of traveling internationally or 10 days of traveling in North America. At the airport, passengers must present a death certificate or physician’s note indicating imminent death.
Call for more information and to book. To apply for such refunds, the passenger must provide a copy of the death certificate or a letter from the attending physician on letterhead. You must include the deceased’s name and your relationship, and the ticket number for the flight is required.
Send requests directly to the airline. Delta Airlines. Delta Airlines offers fares at variable prices for travel within seven days under its bereavement policy. The passenger must be traveling due to the imminent death or actual death of a family member, and the tickets are available only via booking direct with Delta Reservations.
Yes. When you are booking a ticket for another person on the Web site, fill out his/her information in the travelers details section.
Then, when you are prompted to check out, on the payment page of the Web site, simply enter your debit or credit card number, name, billing address, and phone number.