See if your flights are affected.

By Meghan Overdeep
January 03, 2018
Man and Woman at Snowy Airport Gate
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As the East Coast braces for the snow and historically low temperatures set to accompany Winter Storm Grayson, thousands of flights hang in the balance.

In preparation the impending wintery mess—expected to pound the southeastern states all day Wednesday before moving up into New England Thursday—airlines are issuing widespread cancellation and change waivers.

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American Airlines is allowing customers scheduled to fly through affected airports between January 4 and 5 to change their trip with no fee through January 8.

Delta is waiving change fees for customers flying through nine mid-Atlantic cities from January 3 to January 4. Passengers who wish to cancel their trips as a result of a flight cancellation or significant delay (90 minutes or more) are entitled to a refund.

JetBlue is waiving change/cancel fees and fare differences for customers traveling on January 3 in and out of Charleston, South Carolina and Savannah, Georgia.

United Airlines passengers booked to travel through airports in the southeastern U.S. or the mid-Atlantic from January 3 - 4 will be allowed to rebook through January 7. Customers flying through airports in the northeast from January 4 - 5 can rebook through January 8.

Southwest Airlines passengers using 19 airports affected by the storm can rebook or travel standby within 14 days of their original date of travel. Visit for a list of applicable airports.

As the situation develops, we recommend keeping an eye on your airline's website for updates, and/or calling your airline directly. Good luck, y'all. Stay safe out there!