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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. 7th and 8th, then tracking east across the country over the weekend.

Southwest Airlines issued waivers for flights originally scheduled through Dec. 7 to the following airports.

  Albuquerque (ABQ)
  Amarillo (AMA)
  Lubbock (LBB)
  Oklahoma City (OKC)
  Tulsa (TUL)

Delta Air Lines has issued waivers for flights originally scheduled onDec. 8 to the following airports.  Rebooked travel must begin by December 11, 2018.

  Fayetteville, AR (XNA)
  Fort Smith, AR (FSM)
  Oklahoma City (OKC)
  Springfield, MO (SGF)
  Tulsa, OK (TUL)


Other airports in the Southern Plains could be impacted and other airports in Diego’s projected path could also be affected. Other carriers will likely offer waivers as they evaluate forecasted conditions with this developing storm.

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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