Alaska Airlines has a change and cancellation fee that is now $125. There’s no change fee for paid flights entirely within Alaska, although there is still a cancellation fee. Same-day confirmed changes are just $50, or $25 for flights entirely in California or Alaska Airlines’ shuttle markets.


Allegiant Air imposes a $75 change fee per person, per segment, but no changes may be be made within 7 days of departure. Allegiant does sell an add-on called Trip Flex that waives these fees and allows changes to be made until one hour before departure.


American Airlines has a whopping $200 change fee on paid fares (other than full-fare refundable tickets) for domestic flights, and up to $750 for international flights. Same-day changes are $75-$150 in economy and free for business and first-class passengers on paid fares.


Delta Airlines also charges a $200 change fee for paid domestic flights (including to the US Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico), and up to $500 for international flights. Same-day confirmed and standby changes are permitted for Delta SkyMiles Medallion elite members, but there’s a $75 fee for Silver Medallion members. No changes are allowed to basic economy fares.


Frontier Airlines has no change fees for flights more than 90 days from departure. There’s a $49 change fee from 89 to 14 days before departure, and a $99 fee within 13 days of departure. It also has no change fees if you purchase “The Works” option. All of these change fees are in addition to any fare differential.


Hawaiian Airlines charges a $200 change fee for flights to the US mainland, and between $50 and $300 for international flights. There’s also a $30 change fee for flights within the Hawaiian islands. Refunds on restricted tickets are $100 for flights to the US mainland and international destinations and $25 for inter-island flights.


JetBlue charges a $75 fee for changes or cancellations made more than 60 days prior to departure. Otherwise the fees are $75 per person for fares under $100, a $100 fee for fares between $100-$149 and $150 for fares over $150. Change and cancellation fees are waived for TrueBlue Mosaic elite members.


Southwest Airlines Is famous for not charging change or cancellation fees, though you’ll have to make up for any difference in fare. But you can also receive a credit if the fare goes down. The credit can only be used by the person whose name originally appeared on the ticket. However, when an award ticket is changed or canceled, surplus points are re-deposited in the member’s account and can later be used by anyone. Same-day standby is only permitted for those who book Anytime or Business Select fare classes and for those with A-List or A-List Preferred status.


Spirit Airlines charges a $90 fee for cancellations or changes to paid bookings when the change is made online, and $100 for those made over the phone or at the airport. There’s no fee to change or cancel a flight ticketed within 24 hours as long as the reservation was made at least seven days prior to departure. United Airlines charges change fees of $200 for domestic flights and as much as $400 or more for international itineraries. Same-day changes can be made for $75, but that fee is waived for MileagePlus Premier Gold, Premier Platinum and Premier 1K members.


Cancellation Process Which You Can Do :


to your Account (from were you have booked it).
Select the trip you want to cancel
Click the “Cancellations” link
Select the passengers to cancel the booking for. Then hit “Review cancellation”
Review passenger selection and refund amount, click the “Yes, cancel now”
That’s it – you’re done! Wait for your refund.


Note: Refund is only applicable if your ticket are refundable. In non-refundable ticket you will not get any amount as credit.