WEATHER ALERT: Midwest Winter Storm – FREE #Delta changes – Illinois Indiana Kentucky Michigan Minnesota Missouri North Dakota Ohio South Dakota Wisconsin

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snow bad midwest

This is going to be a very long winter. So many times Delta allows changes for certain airports, now they are just saying STATES! This Midwest storm on the way is for 5&6 JAN 2014:

  • Illinois
  • Indiana
  • Kentucky
  • Michigan
  • Minnesota
  • Missouri
  • North Dakota
  • Ohio
  • South Dakota
  • Wisconsin

delta jan midwest storm 2014

If you are flying in or out or through any of these great states you can get a free change of date or change of route and I would take that advice as the storm looks BAD and check to see if the flights are even flying or not before you try to go the airport! Please stay safe everyone! – René

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  1. Take care up there Rene. I’m originally from AZO (actually headed back 10JAN) and much of my family still lives there, so I know what you’re going through. Stay warm and safe!

  2. Wife and I were stuck in DTW when our TPA flight was canceled, the gate agent told us the crew needed rest since FAA rules took effect so we can try the Orlando flight which was just boarding, we had confirmed F seats so I didn’t want to be in coach (guess its better than sleeping at DTW till the next morning for another flight and was able to fly to warmer pastures and they gave us F seats (only 4 F seats were occupied on the 757-200).

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