Travelers around the country are feeling the impact of Hurricane Sandy, with more than 10,000 flight cancellations likely Monday and Tuesday. Experts predict that delays and cancellations could continue into early next week.
Fees and/or fare differences waived for flights originally scheduled October 28 or 29 through October 31 or November 1. Generally, tickets must be rebooked for travel starting the first week in November (check links below for specifics by airline). On many airlines, the waiver is airport specific.
Hurricane Sandy Fee Waivers:
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