The Weather Outside Might Be Frightful: Winter Waivers In Effect

by Anthony Losanno

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I’ve been on high alert as I’m traveling from Tampa to New Jersey this week to see family for Christmas. Winter storms look to create disruptions and cancellations later this week as travelers attempt to get together with family and friends for Christmas. Airlines are trying to get in front of this by issuing travel waivers for passengers with some flexibility around their plans.

Alaska Airlines

Alaska has a waiver in effect for passengers traveling to/from Seattle.

Alaska Waiver

American Airlines

AA has several waivers in effect for the Northeastern US and Midwestern US.

AA Northeastern US

Northeastern US waiver

AA Midwestern

Midwestern US waiver

Delta Air Lines

Delta has issued weather waivers for flights to/from Seattle and Portland, the Northwest Mountain Region, and the Atlantic and Northeast Region.

Delta Waiver

Seattle/Portland waiver

Delta Northwest Waiver
























Northwest Mountain Region waiver

Atlantic Northeast Waiver

Atlantic and Northeast Region waiver

JetBlue Airways

JetBlue has issued a waiver for several Midwestern cities.

JetBlue Waiver

Southwest Airlines

Southwest has issued waivers for the Northeast as well as several Rocky Mountain and Midwestern cities.

Southwest Waivers

United Airlines

United is perhaps the most cautious in its waivers as it has issued several for

United East Coast Waiver

East Coast waiver

United Midwest Waiver

Midwest waiver

United Texas Waiver

Texas Waiver

Central and Northwest Waiver

Central and Northwest waiver

Anthony’s Take: There is a good chance that there will be significant delays and cancellations later this week just in time for Christmas. If your plans are flexible, it might be less stressful to travel in advance.

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