As winter storms move east, so do Delta’s travel weather waivers.
The airline just issued a waiver for travel through several upper northeast US and southeast Canada airports. It’s effective February 7-8 for these Delta destinations:
- Bangor, ME (BGR)
- Binghamton, NY (BGM)
- Burlington, VT (BTV)
- Elmira, NY (ELM)
- Ithaca, NY (ITH)
- Montreal, QC, Canada (YUL)
- Ottawa, ON, Canada (YOW)
- Portland, ME (PWM)
- Syracuse, NY (SYR)
A storm is predicted to slam into those areas within the next couple of days.
“The heaviest snow is predicted to fall from northern New York to northern Maine, where the potential exists for up to a foot or more of accumulation by Friday evening,” states the National Weather Service. “Winter storm warnings are in effect for these areas. Icing will also be problematic from central Pennsylvania to southern Maine where a shallow layer of sub-freezing temperatures near the ground exists.”
Tickets must be reissued on or before February 11, with rebooked travel commencing no later than February 11, as well.
Passengers may make a one-time change without being assessed a fee, though fare differences may apply.
Visit the weather waiver’s alert for more information and learn about how Delta weather waivers work in general.
Contact Delta Air Lines for Rebooking Help
If you have questions or need to rebook travel, contact Delta Air Lines directly (not “Delta Airlines”) or the provider through whom you originally purchased travel.
Delta Air Lines: 1-800-221-1212
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