Due to the outbreak, several American airlines have permitted travellers to utilise travel vouchers obtained from cancelled tickets to purchase a new ticket for a different individual. However, altering the name of a passenger on an uncanceled ticket is still not permitted. Under current travel voucher laws, it has been allowed to cancel or change tickets from airlines such as Alaska, American, JetBlue, and United and then use the cash for someone else. You haven't been able to transfer an existing ticket to someone else without incurring a fee difference as of yet. American, on the other hand, is in the process of switching from flight credits, which could only be used by the customer who purchased the ticket, to trip credits, which may be used by anybody. A traveller may now combine credits from several cancelled trips and spend them for whoever he or she wishes thanks to the update to trip credits.