For domestic flights, many airlines, like American Airlines, Delta, and JetBlue, are waiving flight change fees they normally charge (usually a few hundred dollars) so that you can book a different flight to get on your way.
US airlines have canceled several thousand flights through Tuesday, March 14, as a winter storm heads toward the Northeast.
Meteorologists were calling for snowfall totals as high as 20 inches in New York City from the storm's start late Monday through Tuesday evening.
Long Beach Airport and Ontario California International Airport did not see any storm-related cancellations as of 3 p.m. Monday. NY area flights will restart later Tuesday with a full schedule expected for Wednesday. The airline is making every effort to contact and reaccommodate customers on all cancelled flights.
These flights were canceled Tuesday: United Flights 3528 and 3671 to EWR in Newark.
The storm system in the northeast is forecast to bring blizzard conditions to where 50 million people live and work.
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It's Chicago that's hardest-hit today: 30% of all flights leaving Midway and 17% of all flights leaving O'Hare have already been halted.
Passengers on a stopover in Houston from Guadalajara were affected by the cancellation of United Airlines flights 704 and 1501, scheduled at 10:53 and 11:49 hours.
She says if she had known her flight wasn't going to make it, she could've found another way to get to Chicago, including some other airlines that were flying out.
The airline said all change fees and applicable fare differences will be waived provided that original flights were ticketed on or before Sunday. Customers with cancelled flights can also opt for a full refund.