Passengers wishing to change the origin or destination of a flight will also incur applicable change and fare fees, Delta says.
Adkins was pronounced dead two days after he was admitted to a Santo Domingo hospital, according to reports. Passengers may now change flight dates, remain on the booked flight, or cancel their plans entirely.
Flight cancellations to and from the Dominican Republic are soaring, according to travel analytics firm ForwardKeys.
"Cancellations of bookings made to the Dominican Republic increased by 51.2 percent during the period of June 1 to the 19th". For the period between June 1-19, bookings were up 26 percent, 44.5 percent and 31.3 percent for the same three destinations.
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In addition to passages taken from the report, the play also included excerpts from news conferences and Trump's Twitter feed. Louis-Dreyfus and Hamill recorded videos for the performance, according to Kevin McAlister, a spokesman for Law Works .
Citing the "recent events in Punta Cana", a message posted to Delta's Advisories page says travel may be "impacted to/from/through" Punta Cana and the Punta Cana International Airport (PUJ). "You can get a long continued problem or things can recover quite quickly, depending on whether people see the threat as being contained or ongoing".
"It amounts to a terrible image crisis for the Dominican Republic because the U.S. is the number one source market for tourism to the destination and its economy is highly dependent on foreign visitors", he continued.
A Denver man has died after falling ill while vacationing in the Dominican Republic, his family said Wednesday.
At least some of the deaths are believed to have been from natural causes, and so far a connection between the deaths has not been established.
As another potential blow to Dominican tourism, Delta announced on Tuesday it will allow passengers to re-book at no extra charge.
Last week, tourism minister Francisco Javier Garcia held a press conference to dispel those concerns, stating, "The Dominican Republic is a safe country". He added, "It's not true that there has been an avalanche of American tourists dying in our country, and it's not true that we have mysterious deaths". More Americans travel to the Dominican Republic in the winter months than in the summer months, she said, and so they are leaving the island out of consideration for Christmastime travel.