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Airlines, waiving change fees ahead of the latest winter storm

Travelers Today       By    Staff Reporter

Updated: Mar 09, 2019 10:44 AM EST

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Airlines, waiving change fees ahead of the latest winter storm

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Airlines are waiving change fees ahead of the latest winter storm that could affect air travel.

The nation's four biggest airlines - American, Delta, Southwest and United - were all among the carriers issuing flexible rebooking waivers for airports in the Midwest. JetBlue, Spirit and  Sun Country also were waiving fees as of Friday morning. 

The waivers come as a strong winter storm is expected to sweep through the upper Midwest this weekend, with current forecasts calling for blizzard conditions across parts of the Dakotas, Minnesota, Wisconsin and Michigan.

The airline waivers now in place cover travel for Saturday and Sunday, when the worst of the weather is expected.

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