Airlines have cancelled nearly 4,700 flights through Saturday night because of the blizzard and this is sure to affect a lot of people trying to fly to and from the northeast.
So if an airline does cancel your flight, what are your rights?
If you were booked on United Airlines, you can change your travel plans, with no charge if you resume travel before Thursday of next week. After that, any difference in fare will be applied.
Southwest passengers can rebook without penalty within 14 days of their original travel dates.
On American Airlines, the change fees are waived if you travel before Wednesday.
And Delta customers can take a refund if their flight was cancelled or significantly delayed. You can also choose to make a one-time change to your ticket without penalty, if you travel before Thursday. Flights after that are subject to a difference in fare.
These change policies only apply to this particular weather event and only the airports affected in the Northeast United States. The airports and dates could change as the storm progresses, so visit Flight Aware for the latest updates.
- Houston Airport System: Bush Intercontinental and Hobby Airports
- Air France
- AirTran Airways
- American Airlines
- British Airways
- Continental Airlines
- Delta Airlines
- Frontier Airlines
- Northwest Airlines
- Qatar Airways
- Saudi Arabian Airways
- Singapore Airlines
- Southwest Airlines
- TACA Airlines
- United Airlines
- U.S. Airways