Airlines Waive Change Fees On Heels Of Winter Storms

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Traveling this weekend or even early next week? You might want to start paying attention to what they are calling Winter Storm Harper which is set to bring a snow storm from the midwest to the northeast over the next few days. You should plan ahead if you don’t want your travel to be impacted by the storm. Airlines have already waived change fees in preparation. Contact your airline directly if you need to make changes to your plans and be safe out there!

Airlines Waive Change Fees On Heels Of Winter Storms

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According to USAToday,

Airlines are waiving change fees as two more winter storms are set to move across the Midwest and Northeast.

American, Southwest, United and Frontier all had rebooking waivers in place Thursday morning, and it was possible other carriers could do the same as forecasts solidified.

The waivers come as two different winter storms were forecast to affect airports across large parts of the Midwest and Northeast.

The first storm could bring light snow and wintry conditions from the Ohio Valley into the Mid-Atlantic, though the impact on travel was not expected to be severe.

The bigger threat loomed from the second storm – dubbed “Winter Storm Harper” by The Weather Channel – that was expected to bring heavy snow, rain and strong winds to the Midwest, Ohio Valley and Northeast from Friday into Sunday.


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