As a strong winter storm approaches the northeast, airlines have already canceled 370 flights by Friday afternoon in anticipation of the storm, which is expected to bring blizzard conditions to some, and heavy winter snow up to 2 feet beginning Friday night.
Most airlines have begun instituting weather waivers, allowing travelers to change their dates of travel to avoid becoming stranded by the weather and canceled flights. There are no fees associated with weather waivers to change a ticket.
So Far, United has canceled the most, followed by Delta, America, and others.
Travelers have been asked by their airlines to check your flight status with their airline, either online, an app, or by calling the airline, before going to the airport.