These Airlines Are Giving Waivers To Bermuda-Bound Passengers To Avoid Hurricane Humberto
By Danielle Dorsey
The National Weather Service has predicted that Hurricane Humberto, a Category 2 storm, will land in Bermuda by the middle of the week, bringing heavy rains and winds with it. In anticipation of these events, several airlines and one cruise line are offering waivers to travelers scheduled to visit the island this week.
USA Today reached out to major airlines and cruise lines for updates on what they’re offering to passengers. Travelers should contact their airline for the most recent information.
Delta customers traveling to, from, or through Bermuda between September 16 and 19 have several options for changing flights. Tickets must be reissued on or before September 22.
American Airlines is giving passengers flying to, from, or through Bermuda between September 16 and 19 the option of changing flights and will waive fees on trips with the same origin or destination, with some stipulations.
Jetblue is waiving change and cancel fees as well as fare differences for passengers with flights to and from Bermuda on September 18 and 19.
Carnival Cruise line has updated itineraries for two of its ships. The September 15 Carnival Pride sailing out of Baltimore was scheduled to sail to Bermuda on September 18 and 19, but will now sail to Grand Turk and Amber Cove on those dates, respectively. The September 16 Carnival Sunrise trip out of New York was scheduled to sail to Bermuda on September 18 and 19, but will now sail to Charleston, South Carolina on September 18 and be at sea on September 19.