JetBlue, Delta, United, Southwest, American offers flight change waivers to passengers from Massachusetts

Multiple airlines with flights from Logan International Airport in Boston, as well as other airports in New England, have offered customers the option to change flights ahead of Saturday’s expected northeast. JetBlue, which has the most flights to/from Logan Airport, said that because of the approaching winter weather, the airline is waiving change or cancellation fees and fare differences for customers traveling to or from multiple cities from Friday through Saturday, January, including Boston, Hartford, Providence and Worcester. The exemptions also apply to flights to or from Hartford and New York City airports. Get the latest updates from JetBlueDelta, which is also one of Logan Airport’s largest carriers, offering the same for flights to/from a long list of airports in the Northeast, including Boston and Providence. “When rebooked trips occur on or before February 1 in the same cabin as originally booked, the fare difference will be waived,” the airline said in a statement on its website. “When rebooked trips take place after February 1, a fare difference may apply.” Click here for the latest updates from DeltaUnited also offers its customers the option to switch flights to/from Boston and other northeastern cities ahead of this weekend’s expected storm. “The change fee and any difference in fare will be waived for United flights…as long as the trip is moved in the original ticket booth and between the same cities as originally booked,” the airline said. Passengers can rebook flights until Wednesday, February 2. Get the latest updates from UnitedAmerican Airlines, one of Logan Airport’s other major carriers, which also issued travel change waivers Wednesday night, allowing passengers from more than a dozen cities scheduled to travel on Friday or Saturday at to book their trip until February 5. Get the latest updates from AmericanSouthwest, which offers several dozen flights a day from Logan Airport, warned customers that the approaching storm could disrupt flights on Friday and Saturday to a number of cities, including Boston, Hartford, Providence, Manchester and New York . The airline offered customers who had reservations to/from/through the affected cities the option to rebook their journey within 14 days of their original travel date at no additional cost. Click here for the latest updates from Southwest

Multiple airlines with flights from Logan International Airport in Boston, as well as other airports in New England, have offered customers the option to change flights ahead of Saturday’s expected northeast.

JetBlue, which has the most flights to/from Logan Airport, said that because of the approaching winter weather, the airline is waiving change or cancellation fees and fare differences for customers traveling to or from multiple cities from Friday through Saturday, January, including Boston, Hartford, Providence and Worcester. The exemptions also apply to flights to or from Hartford and New York City airports.

Click here for the latest updates from JetBlue

Delta, which is also one of Logan Airport’s largest carriers, offers the same for flights to/from a long list of airports in the Northeast, including Boston and Providence.

“When rebooked trips occur on or before February 1 in the same cabin as originally booked, the fare difference will be waived,” the airline said in a statement on its website. “If rebooked trips take place after February 1, a difference in fare may apply.”

Click here for the latest updates from Delta

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A defroster removes snow and ice from the wing of an airplane at Boston Logan Airport.

United is also offering its customers the option of transferring to/from Boston and other cities in the Northeast ahead of this weekend’s expected storm.

“The change fee and any difference in fare will be waived for United flights…as long as the trip is moved in the original ticket booth and between the same cities as originally booked,” the airline said. Passengers can rebook flights until Wednesday, February 2.

Click here for the latest updates from United

American Airlines, one of Logan Airport’s other major carriers, also issued travel change waivers Wednesday night, allowing passengers from more than a dozen cities who will be traveling on Friday or Saturday to rebook their journey through Feb. 5.

Click here for the latest updates from American

Southwest, which offers several dozen flights every day from Logan Airport, warned customers that the approaching storm could disrupt flights on Friday and Saturday to a number of cities, including Boston, Hartford, Providence, Manchester and New York.

The airline offered customers who had reservations from/from/via the affected cities the option to rebook their journey within 14 days of their original travel date at no additional cost.

Click here for the latest updates from Southwest

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