Updated 2:45 EST January 21, 2014
Another winter storm is on its way to the east coast and airlines are canceling flights and posting travel advisories and change fee waivers.
If you’re traveling to, through or from an east coast city, there’s a fair chance your flight will be canceled due to weather. If your flight isn’t canceled (yet…) you want to change your plans anyway.
Here’s a rundown of cancellation and change fee waiver policies posted by many airlines as of Monday evening, January 20, 2014.
And as always, it’s always a good idea to check with your airline before you head to the airport.
Alaska Airlines: East coast travel advisory details here.
American Airlines: Travel advisory in effect for January 21-22. Change fee waivers apply to, from or through a long list of east coast cities. Details here.
Delta Airlines: Travel advisory posted for January 21-22 for tickets that must be reissued before January 25th. Change fee waiver applies to a long list of east coast cities. Details here.
JetBlue: Travel advisory applies to flights scheduled January 21-22. Waivers for cancellations or changes to, through or from a long list of east coast cities. Details here.
Spirit Airlines has a weather buster travel advisory in place. Details here.
United Airlines: United’s travel advisory covers January 21 (for now…) and applies to cities affected by weather in the New York, Chicago and Washington, D.C. areas. Details here.
US Airways: Travel advisory in effect through January 22, 2014 for a long list of east coast cities. Details here.
Virgin America: Northeast travel advisory covers flights through January 22 for flight to, through or from BOS, EWR, JFK, PHL, IAD and DCA. Details here.
Southwest Airlines has its travel advisory information posted here.
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