Many airlines are offering waivers on change fees for passengers with booked flights to, through or from cities likely to be hit by Hurricane Michael.
Full refunds are available from some carriers as well.
This Weather Channel map should travelers make many travelers sit up and take notice. Airlines certainly are.
If you’re getting on a plane soon, check with your airline for cancellations and complimentary changes you might be allowed to (or need to) make as this storm does its thing.
We've updated our Travel Advisory with the latest information regarding Hurricane Michael. Service to some cities may be disrupted through October 14.
— Southwest Airlines (@SouthwestAir) October 9, 2018
— American Airlines (@AmericanAir) October 10, 2018
We don’t anticipate any impact to the operation at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport (ATL) as the storm is expected to remain southeast of Atlanta.
— Delta (@Delta) October 10, 2018
We have issued a travel waiver in advance of Hurricane Michael. Please check your flight status on our mobile app or at https://t.co/7fA7qoLIsb before going to the airport. https://t.co/IF60HgPIKr pic.twitter.com/mepJGgH2HA
— United Airlines (@united) October 8, 2018
Travel Alert – October 11 : Atlanta (ATL). Details, Flight Status & rebook online. Change fees waived: https://t.co/iioc3PWIws.
— Air Canada (@AirCanada) October 10, 2018
We have issued a weather advisory for those traveling to/from/through Pensacola, FL (PNS), Atlanta, GA (ATL), Tampa, FL (TPA) and Birmingham, AL (BHM)) on 10/9 – 10/11. If your travel is affected, please read full details here: https://t.co/c17wLa3jb1 pic.twitter.com/5qxK5YwpQY
— Frontier Airlines (@FlyFrontier) October 8, 2018