Why Delta’s new flight cancelation service might have been better than its old ones

Delta Airlines is launching a new cancellation service that lets customers cancel flights on Delta’s flights to Peru and the U.S. — without a ticket.

The company is launching the service on October 31 and will work from the U, D, and M airspace, but it is only available for flights to and from these two destinations.

Users must have a Delta Pass or Delta AirPass to use the new service, and the service is only offered to Delta customers on Delta Airlines flights.

Delta’s customers can sign up for the service at the Delta Dashboard website, where they can also choose to cancel a flight at the ticket counter or from the Dashboard app.

The service is a little bit different than Delta’s existing cancellation system, which allows customers to pay for a cancellation via PayPal, credit card, or credit card debit card.

Delta announced the new cancellation option in March, but its new service is the first to offer it as a service option.

Delta also announced earlier this month that it would expand its regional air services, and it will be adding new destinations, as well.

The move is also an interesting one for Delta, which has been struggling to compete against American Airlines, and to a lesser extent Southwest Airlines, in terms of the quality of its flights.

The American Airlines flight cancellation option is available to both Delta and Southwest, but only Delta has a reservation system to make this a real option.