|Quoting DeltAirlines (Reply 1):|
Technically no. Once they've been confirmed in F, they are there to stay. Technically, I believe A fares are coach tickets with an automatic upgrade to F (in terms of fare codes, not buckets)...for example, on the ATL-BOS run, I believe a QUPBV fare (which would be a Q ticket in coach) will book into the F cabin with the seat coming out of the A inventory.
|Quoting FlyingDoc (Reply 3):|
Delta will tell you that an A fare is a coach fare.
|Quoting DL787932ER (Reply 4):|
I got seat assignments both ways when I booked online, including the F seat assignment for ATL-MDW. Both flights were full, so I can't imagine that there wasn't a Medallion (which I'm not) on the ATL-MDW flight who could have been given my seat, if DL didn't consider me a confirmed F passenger.