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Travel Alerts

As civil unrest in Nicaragua continues airlines have extended or updated waivers for travel to/from/through Managua as follows:

American Airlines’ latest waiver includes travel originally scheduled through June 17. Rebooked travel must occur by July 15, 2018 and can include the following alternate destinations – Belize City, Belize (BZE), Guatemala City, Guatemala (GUA), Liberia, Costa Rica (LIR), Panama City, Panama (PTY), San Salvador, El Salvador (SAL), San Pedro, Honduras (SAP), San Jose, Costa Rica (SJO), or Tegucigalpa, Honduras (TGU)

Delta’s waiver includes  travel to Managua through June 17. Rebooked travel must commence by June 20, 2018

United’s waiver has been updated to include travel to Managua through June 15. The carrier is making varying allowances based on whether the rescheduled travel occurs before or after June 24, 2018.  

Current waivers may be further extended or other carriers may follow suit as they evaluate the situation in regards to their operations.

Travelers are advised to not only monitor airline flight status with regards to your specific itinerary but should also monitor the situation on the ground, being on the watch for demonstrations or other situations that could impact your safety or cause disruption.

Please contact your Adelman travel consultant for additional information.  


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