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Travel Advisory: Hurricane Matthew

Updated: Jul 20, 2020


As Hurricane Matthew continues to move through the Atlantic Ocean, it is now on a track that will affect many southeastern seaboard cities.

Currently most airlines are offering re-accomodation options for flights in and out of Florida for travel through October 7, 2016.

As forecasters are better able to predict Hurricane Matthew's path, more airports may fall under their re-accomdation policies. So if you have travel plans, that include flying out of any southeastern state through October 8th, please check the links below to see if you can re-accomodate your flight early.


As Hurricane Matthew continues to move through the Caribbean you may be wondering, “What does this mean for my travel plans?”

Well, first know that if your travel dates are scheduled between October 3-5 to a location in the Caribbean, more than likely your flight will be cancelled or delayed. This could extend past October 5th depending on how strong Hurricane Matthew stays in the Caribbean and how much damage these countries experience.

In an effort to help passengers scheduled to travel to these areas, many airlines are allowing passengers rebook their flights ahead of time with a reduced or waived change fee. To see if you can change your flights, please check out your airline’s website, or see the links below.

As always, we highly recommend that you check the status of your flights prior to travel to make sure that your flight is still operating and to ensure that there are no delays affecting your flight.

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