DENVER - Multiple airlines are offering travel waivers if you have plans to travel through Denver International Airport this week due to a projected winter storm that's expected to dump multiple inches of snow across the metro. Here's a look at each airlines policy. Make sure to go to each airline's website for specific details and information about how to re-book.
AMERICAN - Travelers who are flying to/from/through DIA on November 26th may have their change fee waived if they rebook travel between November 24th and 29th as long as the ticket was bought by November 24th. Travelers also have the option of delaying your trip without a fee up to 331 days after your original ticket date. Changes must be booked by November 26th.
DELTA - Travelers who are flying to/from DIA on November 26th can make a one-time change and any applicable fee will be waived. Re-booked travel has to happen before November 29th.
FRONTIER - Travelers who are flying to/from DIA on November 26th can make a one-time change and applicable fee will be waived as long as travel is booked by November 25th. Travel must be completed no later than December 18th.
JET BLUE - Travelers flying to/from DIA on November 25th or November 26th may rebook their flights through November 29th. Original travel must be booked by November 24th.
SOUTHWEST - Travelers who have reservations to/from/through DIA on November 25th or November 26th can rebook travel as long as it's within 14 days of their original date of travel without paying additional fees.
UNITED - Travelers who are flight to/from/through DIA on or before November 29th can get change fees and any fee difference waived. Original ticket has to be purchased by November 22nd.