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TravelAirlines Waive Change Fees Ahead of Winter Storm Diego

17:06  07 december  2018
17:06  07 december  2018 Source:   travelpulse.com

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A handful of major airlines are waiving change fees as Winter Storm Diego is expected to bring freezing rain, heavy snow and damaging ice to a large swath of the southern U.S. this weekend and into early next week.

American Airlines, Delta Airlines, Southwest Airlines, United Airlines and Frontier Airlines are among those carriers that will allow affected travelers to rebook their flights without having to pay a costly change fee.

Travelers will have several days to complete the rebooked travel in most cases.

American's waiver covers cities such as Oklahoma City and Springfield, Missouri through Saturday and cities including Asheville and Charlotte, North Carolina and Knoxville, Tennessee through Monday.

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Air travelers faced delays and cancellations Thursday as an early-season winter storm brought messy Most big airlines were waiving changes fees for Thursday travelers at numerous airports. The San Diego Humane Society on Thursday deployed its emergency response team to Butte County

Meanwhile, Delta Air Lines said that its Meteorology team in the airline 's Operations & Customer Center was continuing to monitor Michael and It's likely that other major carriers operating flights to and from the Gulf Coast and Southeast will follow Southwest's lead and begin waiving change fees

Other notable cities expected to be impacted include Santa Fe, New Mexico; Tulsa, Oklahoma; Dallas, Texas; Little Rock, Arkansas; Nashville, Tennessee; Raleigh, North Carolina and Roanoke, Virginia, among others.

Airlines Waive Change Fees Ahead of Winter Storm Diego© Getty Images PHOTO: Ground crew deicing aircraft. (photo via Chalabala/iStock/Getty Images Plus)

According to Weather.com, Diego is likely to cause significant travel disruptions from parts of the southern Plains into the Southeast in the coming days as ice accumulations in some areas could be enough to take down trees and knock out power.

Travelers are always encouraged to check their flight status with their airline before arriving at the airport.

List: Airlines waive change fees for big winter storm in South.
American, Delta, Southwest and United were among the carriers waiving change fees for a big winter storm moving through the southern United States.

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