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TravelList: Airlines waive change fees for big winter storm in South

16:30  07 december  2018
16:30  07 december  2018 Source:   usatoday.com

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Major airlines waived change fees as a winter storm threatened the Midwest as millions of travelers take to the skies after the Thanksgiving holiday. Scroll down for details on the winter - storm waivers now in place at the biggest U.S. airlines : TODAY IN THE SKY: The world's 20 busiest airports, 2017

As a messy wintry storm moves across from the south -central United States toward the Ohio Valley, big airlines have waived change fees for fliers A TSA officer checks flight schedule at Love Field in Dallas during a winter storm on Dec. 6, 2013. An ice storm in Texas has knocked out power to more

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Airlines are waiving change fees across a number of states as a big winter storm moves across the southern United States. Scroll down for the latest rebooking-waiver policies in place at big U.S. carriers.

American Airlines

Cities covered (Dec. 9-10): Asheville, North Carolina; Johnson City/Tri-Cities, Tennessee; Charlotte, North Carolina; Greensboro, North Carolina; Greenville/Spartanburg, South Carolina; Knoxville, Tennessee; Lynchburg, Virginia; Raleigh/Durham, North Carolina; and Roanoke, Virginia.

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Big U.S. airlines are waiving change fees for passengers ticketed to fly to several airports in the path of major winter storm expected to hit the Northeast Waiver : The ticket reissue charge will be waived for one ticket change . New travel must occur by Feb 1. More info: American Airlines | US Airways .

Airlines waive fees , pre-emptively cancel Thursday flights. The calendar may say 'autumn,' but flyers in the Midwest and Northeast are set to get an early taste As of 10:30 p.m. ET on Wednesday, five big airlines – American, Delta, Southwest, Spirit and JetBlue – were waiving changes fees for Thursday

Cities covered (Dec. 7-8): Amarillo, Texas; Fayetteville/Northwest Arkansas; Joplin, Missouri; Oklahoma City; Springfield, Missouri; Stillwater, Oklahoma.

Waiver highlights: Eligible customers can make one change to their itineraries without paying a change fee or new fare. Travelers must rebook new travel by Dec. 15 for Southeast cities or by Dec. 11 for Plains cities. Travelers rescheduling travel beyond those dates may be able to rebook without a change fee, but they may have to pay a recalculated fare.

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Airlines waived change fees as winter storm systems snarled flights from the Great Plains to New England. All four of the USA’s biggest airlines The change - fee waivers at American, Delta and United each covered more several dozen airports, covering an area stretching from the Dakotas east

Airlines were canceling flights and waiving change fees as wintry weather threatened airports across a A Delta Air Lines MD-88 gathers snow at the beginning of a winter storm at Atlanta-Hartsfield International Airport on Most big airlines were waiving rebooking fees for several airports in Texas.

Full details: American's website

Delta Air Lines

Cities covered: Fayetteville/Northwest Arkansas; Fort Smith, Arkansas; Oklahoma City; Springfield, Missouri; and Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Dates: Covers travel on Dec. 8.

Waiver highlights: Eligible customers can make one change to their itineraries without paying a change fee or new fare. Travelers must rebook new travel by Dec. 11. Travelers rescheduling travel beyond those dates may be able to rebook without a change fee, but they may have to pay a recalculated fare.

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Major U.S. airlines are waiving change fees for customers flying to the Northeast as a monster winter storm targets the region. Wintry precipitation is forecast for most of the region's major cities Monday, with blizzard conditions possible for parts of New York state and southern New England.

Airlines waived change fees ahead of Tropical Storm Gordon, which appeared likely to make landfall along the Gulf Coast late Tuesday or early Wednesday. List : Airlines waive change fees for Tropical Storm Gordon. Several big airlines – including American, Delta, Southwest and United

Full details: Delta's website

Frontier Airlines

Cities covered: Dallas/Fort Worth; Little Rock, Arkansas; Oklahoma City; Tulsa, Oklahoma; and Wichita, Kansas.

Dates: Covers travel on Dec. 8.

Waiver highlights: Eligible customers can make one change to their itineraries without paying a change fee or new fare. Travelers must rebook new travel by Dec. 11. Travelers rescheduling travel beyond those dates may be able to rebook without a change fee, but they may have to pay a recalculated fare.

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Airlines were waiving change fees yet again as a coastal storm threatened airports in the U.S So far, it’s unclear exactly how big of an impact the storm will have on flights. But the previous two coastal storms to Scroll down for links to the flexible rebooking policies currently in place at big U.S. carriers.

Most big airlines were waiving changes fees for Thursday travelers at numerous airports. The details varied by carrier, but – generally – they allowed travelers at certain airports to make one change to their itineraries without paying recalculated fares or change fees that typically cost 0 or more.

Full details: Frontier's website

Southwest Airlines

Cities covered (for travel on Dec. 8): Albuquerque; Amarillo, Texas; Lubbock, Texas; Oklahoma City; and Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Cities covered (for travel on Dec. 8-9): Charlotte, North Carolina; Greenville-Spartanburg, South Carolina; Little Rock, Arkansas; Memphis, Tennessee; Nashville, Tennessee; and Raleigh/Durham, North Carolina.

Waiver highlights: Southwest does not charge change fees, but eligible customers can make one change to their itineraries without paying a recalculated fare. Flyers rescheduling for beyond 14 days of the original travel date can use the remaining balance from their original ticket toward a new fare.

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Airlines have waived change fees and warned of possible flight disruptions as Harvey affects the Gulf Coast of Texas. Completing a journey from South America, a LAN Boeing 787-9 jet lands at New 5. If rescheduled travel occurs beyond that window, the change fee may be waived for certain fliers

With a major winter storm bearing down on the East Coast, some airlines are letting people change their flights from some airports without The winter storm , expected to sweep through the mid-Atlantic Friday, could bring up to two feet of snow in D.C. and Baltimore, with icing expected further south .

Full details: Southwest's website

United Airlines

Cities covered: Albuquerque; Amarillo, Texas; Dallas/Fort Worth; Fayetteville/Northwest Arkansas; Liberal, Kansas; Little Rock, Arkansas; Lubbock, Texas; Oklahoma City; Santa Fe, New Mexico; Springfield, Missouri; Tulsa, Oklahoma; and Wichita, Kansas.

Dates: Covers travel on Dec. 7-8.

Waiver highlights: Eligible customers can make one change to their itineraries without paying a change fee or new fare. Travelers must rebook new travel by Dec. 11. Travelers rescheduling travel beyond those dates may be able to rebook without a change fee, but they may have to pay a recalculated fare.

Full details: United's website

This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: List: Airlines waive change fees for big winter storm in South

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