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Travel Alerts

Due to adverse weather expected with Winter Storm Diego travel is expected to be impacted starting in the Southern Plains through Dec. 8 then tracking east across the country over the weekend.

Airlines including American, Delta, Frontier, Southwest and United have issued waivers for various airports in New Mexico, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, Missouri, Arkansas, Tennessee, South Carolina, North Carolina and Virginia depending on the carrier.

Waivers for airports in the Southern Plains and Midwest generally run through Dec. 8 while waivers for airports in the Southeast generally are for flights originally scheduled Dec. 8 through 10, again depending on the airline.

More airports could be added to the waiver lists and other airlines could also offer waivers as this storm continues to develop.

Check with your airline or your Adelman travel consultant for specific rebooking or cancelation options in regards to these waivers.

Travelers are advised to monitor airline flight status with regards to your specific itinerary especially as this storm continues to move across the country over the weekend. 

Please contact your Adelman travel consultant for additional information.  


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