My husband and I each have Delta flights in April. Mine leaves on April 13th from Portland to Amsterdam and on via KLM to Prague. His leaves on April 23rd from Portland to Amsterdam and on via KLM to Budapest. We both return May 2nd from Budapest to Amsterdam via KLM and home via Delta. I purchased both sets of flights directly through Delta.
Currently Delta's own news site shows that there will be no transatlantic flights from Portland in April. Nor does their website offer any transatlantic flights from Portland.
If I check our flight status, it shows the flights as on time. But my passenger status on the first leg is listed as "unconfirmed". Today KLM sent me an email cancelling my husband's Amsterdam to Budapest flight and offering us a credit. What the amount of that credit would be is not named, and as I paid for both his round trip tickets for a single price from Delta, I don't know what the KLM leg cost.
My current plan is to send KLM an email telling them that as our flight was purchased from Delta, we will only deal directly with Delta. Then I go on waiting for Delta to admit they have cancelled the flights?
Is there a better way to handle this? The goal is a refund for the flights.