Flying on Tuesday? You might be able to change your flight without a fee.

With a winter storm on the way, a few airlines are allowing passengers to change their travel plans.

A Delta Air Lines passenger jet plane approaches Logan Airport in Boston.
A Delta plane approaches Logan Airport in Boston. –Charles Krupa / AP, File

If you have a plane to catch Tuesday — and you’re worried your flight will be impacted by the incoming winter storm — some airlines are letting passengers change their travel plans without paying a fee.

JetBlue, Delta, United, and American Airlines will waive change fees for passengers flying to, from, and through many Northeast airports, including Logan, due to the weather forecast.

JetBlue is waiving change/cancel fees and fare differences for customers flying Tuesday to or from these 13 Northeast airports. Passengers can rebook their flight for travel through Friday, but the original flight had to have been booked on or before Feb. 10.


Delta posted a winter weather waiver on Sunday, writing that customers traveling to, from, or through 10 airports on Tuesday can make a one-time change to their travel plans without paying a fee. The ticket, however, must be reissued on or before Friday, and rebooked travel must begin no later than Friday.

United will let passengers traveling to, from, and through nine airports on Tuesday rebook without paying a change fee or any difference in fare as long as the rebooked plane departs on or before Friday, travel is rescheduled between the same cities, and the rebooked ticket is in the same cabin.

American Airlines will allow passengers traveling to, from, or through 15 airports to change their flight without paying a fee if they bought their ticket by Feb. 10, are scheduled to travel on Feb. 12, and can travel through Feb. 15. Passengers must fly between the same cities as their originally booked ticket and rebook in the same cabin, or pay the difference.

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