DENVER (KDVR) — Southwest and Frontier airways issued travel alerts for passengers flying to and from Denver Intercontinental Airport and a number of other Colorado airports ahead of weekend’s winter season storm.
In a vacation advisory posted on Southwest’s web-site, it claimed travellers could practical experience travel disruptions if they are traveling in or out of airports in Denver, Colorado Springs, Steamboat Springs and Montrose Friday through Sunday.
Travellers can rebook in the initial class of support or travel standby within 14 times of their unique date of travel without having paying out any supplemental charge.
Frontier Airlines posted a travel advisory on its website alerting passengers flying in or out of Denver and Colorado Springs on Saturday and Sunday. According to the warn, clients who ordered tickets on or in advance of Monday may well make one particular itinerary change.
Frontier claimed for those people passengers, procedures/limitations regarding typical transform service fees, advance order, working day or time applications, blackouts, and minimum amount or utmost remain specifications will be waived.