CHICAGO (Reuters) – Delta Air Lines Inc (N:) on Tuesday added airports in Bologna, Milan and Venice to a growing list of cities that are eligible for free flight rebooking as coronavirus cases spread beyond China.

Delta, American Airlines Group Inc (O:) and United Airlines Holdings Inc have all included Seoul, South Korea to their change fee waiver list, in addition to airports in China, but Delta is the first U.S. airline to include Italy.

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