NORTH TEXAS (CBSDFW.COM) – American Airlines has issued a travel alert and is warning of flight delays ahead of Winter Storm Gail, which is expected to hit the U.S. northeast Wednesday afternoon, bringing heavy snow, strong winds and rain.
Since DFW Airport is the airline’s hub, there could be delays so people should check their flights.READ MORE: Lawmakers In Some States Move To Confront Threats Against Election Workers
As a result of the weather, American issued a for 37 airports in Connecticut, New Hampshire, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, D.C. and West Virginia. If a customer chooses not to fly due to the impacts of the storm, American will waive change fees for future travel.
The airline said it’s in regular communication with its national partner, the American Red Cross, which has the unique ability to activate immediately and assess critical needs following a disaster.READ MORE: Canceled! Elton John Postpones Dallas Shows Following Positive COVID Diagnosis
The American Airlines Integrated Operations Center in Fort Worth is monitoring the storm and is coordinating with the National Weather Service, Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and local airports.
The American Reservations at 800-433-7300 in the U.S. or Canada. Customers calling from outside the U.S. or Canada should check .allows customers to rebook without change fees. Customers can reschedule their travel on by , or by contacting
If an American flight was canceled or excessively delayed, customers may cancel their itinerary and . Customers who booked through a travel agent should contact their agency directly.MORE NEWS: Court Denies Oklahoma Death Row Inmates Firing Squad Request, Paves Way For Lethal Injection
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