I planned to visit Czechia solo on April 13th. From there I was to meet my husband on the 24th in Budapest. We both fly direct from Portland to Amstedam and then on to Prague or Budepest.
Czechia has closed its boarders to foreigners but currently that restriction is set to end just before April 13th. It closed all state owned museums earlier. Budapest has closed its museums indefinitely. Portland is not one of the airports U.S. citizens are allowed to return through as during Trump's Schengen zone travel ban, but his ban also ends just before the 13th of April.
We both have planes tickets with Delta. And according to their website Delta will let us exchange those tickets for flights leaving until December 31st.
Ideally, we'd like to cancel and receive our money back for the tickets. But I know we won't achieve that unless Delta cancels the flights. And I don't think they will do that unless Czechia, Hungary or the Netherlands ban foreign entry through the 13th or 24th of April. But the way things are going that's beginning to look possible.
So, if you were us, would you try to modify our flights for September or October, or hang on a week or two to see if Delta is forced to cancel one or both of our flights?