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Hurricane Matthew: Travel Waivers for US Airports Announced

Hurricane Matthew, the Category 4 storm currently in the Caribbean, has already resulted in residents moving in shelters. As it nears the East Coast, a few US airlines have announced travel waivers for airports that might be affected. American Airlines American Airlines is waiving change fees if you bought your ticket by October 4, 2016, and… The post Hurricane Matthew: Travel Waivers for US Airports Announced appeared first on Point Me to the Plane.
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