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Travel Alerts

A winter storm that is spreading snow and ice from the Mississippi Valley to Northern New England is affecting travel in the Northeastern U.S. on January 12, 2018.  

Carriers including Delta, American, United and Southwest are offering waivers for impacted cities including Philadelpia, PA; New York, Albany and White Plains, NY; Newark, NJ; Hartford, CT; Providence, RI; Boston, MA; and Portland ME. 

Currently waivers on American are being offered for travel originally scheduled through January 12.  New travel must take place by January 15. 

Waivers on Delta are being offered for travel to/from the New York area for travel scheduled through January 12.  New travel must take place by January 15. 

United is offering a waiver for travel to/from the New York area for travel scheduled for January 12 and 13.  New travel must take place by January 16. 

Southwest is offering waivers for travel scheduled for January 12 to airports in the Northeast as well as in Michigan, Ohio and Tennessee.  Additionally, waivers to Buffalo and Rochester, NY are being offered for travel through January 14.

Contact your Adelman travel consultant for the most up to date information and restrictions.

Do you need emergency assistance?

Call (800) 231-3999 or (414) 410-8399

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