If You Are a Delta Air Lines, Inc. Ticketholder Who Requested a Refund But Instead Received a Credit for a Non-Refundable Ticket, Purchased for a Flight Scheduled to Depart Between March 1, 2020, and April 30, 2021, That Was Cancelled by Delta You May Be Eligible to Receive Benefits from this Class Action Settlement.
A settlement has been reached in a class action lawsuit filed against Delta Air Lines, Inc. (“Delta”). The lawsuit alleges that Delta breached its contracts of carriage with ticketholders by refusing requests for refunds and instead providing credits for future travel on the airline for flights Delta cancelled in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. Delta denies all allegations and has agreed to settle this lawsuit to avoid further litigation. The Court has not decided who is right.
The Court has granted preliminary approval of the Settlement and has conditionally certified the Settlement Class for purposes of Settlement only. This website explains the nature of the class action lawsuit, the terms of the propsed Settlement, and the legal rights and obligations of the Settlement Class members, what Settlement Benefits are avaliable, who is eligible for the benefits, and how to submit a Claim Form for the benefits. Please carefully read the information and explanations available on this website to better understand your legal rights. Under the proposed settlement, Settlement Class Members who submit a valid and timely Claim Form ,ay request a Cash Settlement Payment (Ticket Cash and Interest Cash) or a Credit Settlement Payment (Ticket Credit and Interest Credit).
Your legal rights are affected whether you act or don’t act. These rights and options — and the deadlines to exercise them — are explained further on this website. Please read the Frequently Asked Questions carefully.