US: Airline flight waivers for Hurricane Florence
13 Sep 2018 - by
Several airlines already have flight waivers in effect as a result of Hurricane Florence, which will make landfall in the US until the end of the week, according to TravelMole.
Maryland and the Carolinas have had states of emergencies declared, with the potential for thousands of flights to be cancelled or delayed.
Until September 19, American Airlines customers can rebook for flights that were scheduled this week across multiple airports from Georgia to Virginia, including Savannah, Charleston, Wilmington, Asheville, Charlotte, Richmond, and Norfolk.
JetBlue has extended its rebooking window until September 20, and includes services from Charleston, Charlotte, North and South Carolina, Raleigh/Durham, and Richmond in Virginia.
Southwest Airlines’ waivers are valid until September 17, and may be rebooked within 14 days of the original travel date.
Allegiant Airlines is also waiving change fees for travel this week, and includes both Carolinas, Virginia, and Georgia.
Delta Air Lines has said that it will cap fares for routes serving select cities in affected areas between Georgia and Virginia.