Delta Air Lines issued a weather waiver late today for certain New York City metro airports, in advance of a storm system set to strike on Sunday, October 27.
“Rain could be heavy at times,” the National Weather Service warns. “(Wind) gusts as high as 38 mph. Chance of precipitation is 100%. New precipitation amounts between three quarters and one inch possible.”
That’s just at JFK. Manhattan may receive twice that figure.
With rain and thunderstorms possible tomorrow in Philadelphia and New York City, Delta Air Lines has issued a weather waiver for certain airports in those cities.
Delta has extended its latest New York weather travel waiver through Thursday, August 22.
We couldn’t go 10 days without a Delta weather waiver for New York City travel.
Delta has preemptively issued a weather waiver for New York City area airports potentially affected by storms tomorrow, Tuesday, August 13.
Another week brings another weather waiver for Delta flights at New York City airports.
Wow. Parts of the Eastern Seaboard just can’t catch a break. There were storms last week. Then searing heat this weekend. Now, storms are again taking aim at parts of the northeast.
Nasty thunderstorms are taking aim at New York City, prompting Delta Air Lines to issue weather waivers for July 17 flights.
Oh Wednesday is NOT going to be a fun day in the Northeast! Delta has gone ahead and offered up FREE changes if you are flying into or out of: Baltimore, MD (BWI) Boston, MA (BOS) Hartford, CT (BDL) Newark, NJ (EWR) Newburgh, NY (SWF) New York, NY – Kennedy (JFK) New York, NY – LaGuardia (LGA) Philadelphia, PA (PHL) Providence, RI (PVD) Washington, DC – Reagan National (DCA) Washington, DC – Dulles (IAD) White Plains, NY (HPN) Now I know this is not good news for most. However, if you are traveling THROUGH any of these you may look at changing to another Delta hub to get to some other city. Even if you have to add legs it is safer than getting stuck in an airport and keep in mind what Delta will and will not cover when it is a weather issue! – René ▲Delta▲ SkyMiles® Credit…
Winter Storm Orlena — dubbed by The Washington Post as a “blockbuster” weather event — is set to slam into the Northeast USA. To help give some of its affected travelers some flexibility, Delta Air Lines has issued a weather waiver involving 14 airports in Orlena’s projected path.
Winter Storm Gail — New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy said “has the potential to be a real whopper” — has prompted Delta Air Lines to issue a travel weather waiver for almost 20 northeast airports.
While Hurricane Isais continues its path toward the eastern United States, Delta Air Lines issued a change fee waiver for airports in several major metropolitan markets such as Baltimore & Washington, D.C., New York, and Philadelphia.
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:
Delta Air Lines just announced a travel weather waiver for major hub Salt Lake City (SLC) in effect Monday, February 3.
Delta Air Lines has issued a travel waiver in response to the coronavirus outbreak.