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You Can Still Change Your Weekend Travel Plans Without Being Charged

Cancelled flights are displayed on a status board at New York's Laguardia Airport ahead of a powerful approaching winter stormCancelled flights are displayed on a status board at New York's Laguardia Airport ahead of a powerful approaching winter storm
Cancelled flights are displayed on a status board at New York's Laguardia Airport ahead of a powerful approaching winter storm January 22, 2016. Photograph by Mike Segar — Reuters

If you are one of the travelers whose plans are being put on the back burner because of winter storm Jonas, you’re in luck. Many U.S. airlines are offering travel waivers, letting you change the dates of your travel without any fees.

As noted by the Consumerist, here are the policies for the top airlines:

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American Airlines offers a waiver if you…

Booked your existing flight by Jan. 21
Were traveling between Jan. 21 and Jan. 24
Are going to any of these 42 airports
Reschedule your travel by Jan. 27

Delta offers a waiver if you…
Were traveling between Jan. 22 and Jan. 24
Are going to any of these 33 airports
Reschedule your travel by Jan. 27

United offers a waiver if you…
Were traveling between Jan. 22 and Jan. 24
Are going to any of these 35 airports
Reschedule your travel by Jan. 27

JetBlue offers a waiver if you…
1) Were traveling to or from the Northeast on Jan. 23
Reschedule your travel by Jan. 29
2) Were traveling to or from the mid-Atlantic on Jan. 22 or Jan 23
Reschedule your travel by Jan. 29

Virgin America, Southwest Airlines, Frontier and Spirit Airlines have similar travel waiver policies.