MINNEAPOLIS (FOX 9) - The spring snowstorm heading for the Twin Cities has prompted several airlines to offer weather waivers for travelers heading into or out of the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport on Wednesday and Thursday.
Delta, United, Sun Country and Frontier are the only airlines who have issued weather advisories so far. All four airlines are waiving the fees for travelers who want to change their flights and offering vouchers towards future flights for those who want to cancel. United says it will also waive any difference in fare for rebooked flights.
MSP Airport is advising travelers to check with their airlines to verify the status of their flight.
Due to forecasted winter weather, many airlines are issuing weather advisories for travel on April 10-11. Please check with your airline to verify the status of your flight.— MSP Airport (@mspairport) April 9, 2019