New Travel Alerts as Hurricane Florence Remnants Depart — and How You Can Help

The remnants of Hurricane Florence race northeast over the northeastern United States — it was once a powerful Category 4 hurricane — but that does not diminish the damage it has left in its wake, as 33 deaths have already been attributed to this storm.

New Travel Alerts as Hurricane Florence Remnants Depart — and How You Can Help

Hurricane Florence

The remnants of Hurricane Florence race northeast over the northeastern United States, whose states are outlined in purple. Source: The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration of the Department of Commerce of the United States.

Because of infrastructure damage in North Carolina caused by flooding and winds, some coastal airports remain closed.

Flight Waivers, Delays and Cancellations

If you are traveling to the following airports over the next few days, expect delays and cancellations of flights. Keep up to date on the latest information pertaining to this tropical weather system which may adversely affect your travel plans. Better yet, postponing or canceling your trip might be a better option — no matter which mode of travel you plan on taking.

If you have a flight scheduled, your flight may be delayed or canceled — and you may be eligible for a waiver of a fee to change your itinerary. If you are driving in any of these areas, watch out for deteriorating weather conditions and traffic problems.

Here are four airlines which have issued travel alerts as a result of the wake of this tropical weather system:

Summary

If you want to donate your points to help those who are in need, here are two lodging companies who have reached out to members of their frequent guest loyalty programs for help:

Source: The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration of the Department of Commerce of the United States.

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