Published on : Friday, September 8, 2017
Most of the national based airlines have extended their change fee waivers as far north as South Carolina as the managements jumbled to update their business policies in the midst of the arrival of the devastating Hurricane Irma in the mainland of United States of America.
Here most airlines, which are plying towards the Caribbean Islands already, had waivers for Caribbean destinations in place last week.
But they began in adding the Florida airports to their lists during the past few days.
Now those waivers have been expanded as the track of Irma is increasing. It looks as though it will take the storm north through Florida and into Georgia and South Carolina.
At least five more big U.S. airlines had added airports in South Carolina to their updated weather waivers.
Among the airlines to do so were Allegiant Air, American Airlines, Delta Airlines, JetBlue Airlines and Southwest Airlines.
It seemed as it is likely that other airlines might do the same as airports like Savannah, Ga., and Charleston, S.C., were increasingly forecast to be in Irma’s potential path.