Monday, November 24, 2014

Great News: Airline Waivers Issued

Here are details from USA Today

What this means is that you can leave a day early (or otherwise adjust your plans) without additional charge. If you are headed to the storm area (see below), it would be a good idea to leave tomorrow (no precipitation) or as early as possible Wednesday before storm conditions worsen.

Here is the step-by-step of how to handle it. Remember: If your hub (a place where you change planes) is affected by the storm, it can cause even more problems than if your destination or origin airport has adverse weather.

Good luck!!

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