Winter storms continue to mess up travel plans all over the country, with FlightAware already reporting more than 1,900 canceled flights for Wednesday as the clock struck midnight on the east coast on Tuesday night.
Here are links to travel advisories and change fee waivers posted by airlines for Midwest and East Coast travelers as of late Tuesday night (Feb 4).
As always, it is a good idea to check (and check back…) with your airline before heading to the airport.
Midwest U.S. advisory: for travel through February 5 to, through or from a long list of Midwest cities, the airline will allow you travel instead through February 9th. Details here.
Eastern U.S. Travel Policy: For travel scheduled through February 6 to, through or from a long list of cities in the east, the airline will waive the change fee if you travel instead by February 9th. Details here.
Delta Air Lines has posted a Northeast Winter Weather advisory for travel to, through or from a long list of cities for travel scheduled through February 5th. Details here.
Frontier Airlines has posted its winter storm advisory rules here for a long list of cities in the Midwest.
JetBlue has issued a Winter Storm Nike Fee Waiver advisory offering to waive change/cancel fees for flight to, through or from a long list of cities on the east coast. Details here.
Southwest Airlines has posted a weather advisory through February 5 for a long list of cities. Details here.
Spirit Airlines has rules for its current Weather Buster policy here.
United Airlines has a long list of cities covered by the advisories listed for the Midwest and East Coast storms. Details here.
US Airways has listed the cities affected by its winter storm advisory here.
Virgin America also has a travel advisory posted for the Midwest and the East Coast for many of the cities it serves. Details here.