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Winter storm Pax flight cancellations: Delta, Southwest, US Air, AirTran, more

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Wondering if your flight is canceled due to the snow and ice storm in the South? Flight Aware is reporting that 2,453 flights will be cancelled on Wednesday, Feb. 12, 2014. That number is expected to rise as Winter Storm Pax intensifies.

If you are flying in or out of an airport anywhere across the South, Middle Atlantic or Northeast this week, it is important that you check in with your airline for the latest updates on flight cancelations and delays.

More than half of the cancellations involve flights coming to or leaving from Atlanta. Hundreds of flights are also canceled in Charlotte, Raleigh-Durham and Washington, DC, with more cancelations to come over the next 24 hours.

If you have flight plans on Delta, Air Tran, US Airways, American Airlines, Jet Blue or Southwest Airlines, your flight may be canceled on Wednesday. At the very least, travelers can expect long delays.

AccuWeather.com states, "poor travel conditions for the South will intensify Tuesday night into Wednesday before the storm starts to push up to the Northeast."

Check with your airline for the latest information on flight cancelations. Expect this information to change frequently as the storm progresses.

  • Delta Airlines: If your flight is canceled or delayed, you may be able to get a refund. During the storm, you may make a one-time change to your ticket without fee if you are scheduled to travel to, from, or through Atlanta, Asheville, Charlotte, Greensboro, Greenville, Huntsville, Norfolk, and Raleigh.. Get current info about your flight plans or choose to have updates sent directly to your wireless device or email with Delta Messenger.
  • AirTran is offering "flexible accommodations" for travelers flying to or from cities in the South all the way up to the Northeast this week. See a full list of cities here.
  • Jet Blue will waive change or cancel fees and fare differences for customers traveling between Wednesday, Feb. 12 and Thursday, Feb. 13, 2014 to or from the following cities.
  • Southwest Airlines: Many flights are expected to be canceled or delayed between Feb. 10 and Feb 13, 2014. Click here on Southwest.com for a list of cities that are eligible for rescheduling or refund.
  • US Airways: Change fee policies have been "relaxed" if you book the same origin and destination and are scheduled to travel to or from these cities through Feb. 14, 2014.
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