Thursday, January 6, 2011

Most important airlines waive alter fees as Northeast snow storm approaches

U.S. airlines are waiving fees for altering flights as more snow is expected to beat the Northeast this weekend and cause waves of delays and cancellations.

American Airlines said Thursday that customers planned to fly to, from or through 14 airports in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Connecticut and Massachusetts on Jan. 8 (Saturday) or Jan. 9 (Sunday) can alter their journey devoid of paying the common $150 rebooking fee if they begin their rescheduled trip no later than Dec. 10.

United and Continental, owned by United Continental Holdings, made a akin declaration covering travel at 14 airports in the Northeast from Jan. 7 to Jan. 10. They will waive the $150 booking fee and any variation in fare if the rescheduled trip begins by Jan. 23.

AirTran Airways is waiving booking modify fees and fare alterations for passengers scheduled for travel on Jan 7 and Jan. 8 to and from the following cities: Allentown/Bethlehem, Penn., Atlantic City, Boston, Harrisburg, Penn., New York (LaGuardia and White Plains), Philadelphia and Portland, Maine.

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