MADISON, Wis. - Several airlines at the Dane County Regional Airport are issuing travel waivers to customers who are planning to fly amid an expected winter storm starting Sunday night.
Delta Air Lines, Sun Country Airlines and United Airlines will all be offering the waivers, which will allow travelers planning on departing during the storm to change their flights for no fee. Sun Country and Delta travelers can exchange tickets for flights departing Sunday or Monday. United customers can change flights leaving Monday only.
We have issued travel waivers in advance of anticipated winter weather in the U.S. Northern Plains and the Great Lakes & Ohio Valley regions. Check your flight status on our mobile app or at https://t.co/7fA7qou73B before going to the airport. Waivers: https://t.co/IF60Hh7jBZ pic.twitter.com/cD2wUVBNao— United Airlines (@united) January 26, 2019
According to the Dane County Regional Airport, as of 9 a.m. Sunday, conditions at the airport are normal with only one delay posted. Up-to-date travel information is available on their website.
Conditions are currently normal with only one posted departure delay. All roadways and parking areas are open and available.— MSN Airport (@MSN_Airport) January 27, 2019
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