Airlines issue travel alerts for first round of 2018 storms

Cold weather and winter storms are getting 2018 off to a rocky start for many air passengers in the northeast, mid-Atlantic and southest parts of the country.

As of Tuesday evening, here are some of the domestic airlines that have posted change fee waivers and cancellation policy notices for January 3 and 4.

As of Tuesday evening, Alaska Airlines had an undated travel advisory posted for travel in the northeast.

American Airlines has posted a travel alert for flights to/from and through 14 cities on January 3 and 4. Details here           .

Delta Air Lines has travel advisories relating to winter weather in the Northeast, Mid-Atlantic and Southeast regions. Details here.

Frontier Airlines had no travel alert for winter storms posted as of Tuesday night.

JetBlue’s travel alert is a winter weather fee waiver for flights January 3 to and from Charleston, S.C. and Savannah, GA. So far.

Southwest Airlines has a travel alert for winter weather in the Southeast for flight to/from Charleston, SC and Jacksonville, FL. Details here.

Spirit Airlines has a Southeast Winter Storm alert posted for Jan 3 – 4 affecting Myrtle Beach, SC.

United Airlines has posted travel and change fee waivers for the mid-Atlantic and Southeast regions of the country for January 3 & 4. See details here.

Virgin Atlantic had not updated its travel alerts as of Tuesday night.

As always, check with your airline as the time of your flight gets closer. And be safe!!

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