United States airlines changes its ticketing policy for the Hurricane Harvey

Published on : Saturday, August 26, 2017

Boeing 737 Southwest Airlines takes off from McCarran International AirportAs Hurricane Harvey hit in South Texas flooding most of the parts of the city completely disrupted the communications, most of the airline companies paused their operations.



The American Airlines is allowing travellers impacted by the storm to change their flight with no fee.



The customers traveling through Austin, Beaumont / Port Arthur, Brownsville, College Station, Corpus Christi, Houston (both HOU and IAH), McAllen / Mission and San Antonio in Texas, as well as Lake Charles in Louisiana, can rebook with no fee.




According to the officials of American Airlines, the passengers who bought their tickets by August 23 and are scheduled to travel August 25 – 27, with rebooked travel to take place through August 30 between the same city pair in the same cabin class.



United Airlines has also issued a change in the fee waiver for new flights departing on or before September 1 through Austin, Brownsville, College Station, Corpus Christi, Harlingen, Houston, Laredo, McAllen and San Antonio in Texas, as well as Lake Charles in Louisiana, in the originally ticketed cabin between the same city pair.




The original travel date must have been August 25 – August 29, 2017.



Whereas the Delta Airlines has also issued a change waiver for flights through Austin, both Houston airports and San Antonio booked August 25 – August 26.



The tickets must be reissued on or before August 29 with rebooked travel to take place no later than that same day.



Another airline company, Southwest Airlines has also issued a alter waiver for flights through Austin, Corpus Christi, Houston, Harlingen and San Antonio for customers with flights booked August 24 through 28.



The customers may rebook in the original class of service or travel standby within 14 days of their original date of scheduled travel between the original city pair.



Finally, JetBlue, another airline company in US, also propelled the change and cancellation fees and fare differences for customers traveling August 25 – 26 through Austin, Houston and New Orleans.



The passengers with the cancelled flights may also select for a repayment to the original form of payment.



The original travel must have been booked on or before August 23, 2017.




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