Due to severe weather forecast from Hurricane Sandy for the eastern United States, United Airlines announced on Oct. 28 that it has canceled selected flights to and from mid-Atlantic and northeast airports beginning the evening of Sunday, Oct. 28.
On Monday, Oct. 29, the airline is limiting or suspending service at several airports in the region, including at its hubs at Newark Liberty International Airport and Washington Dulles International Airport. United expects to resume service on Tuesday, Oct. 30, with selected cancellations, weather permitting.
United is canceling selected flights on Sunday, Oct. 28 and limiting or suspending operations for Monday, Oct. 29 and early Tuesday, Oct. 30 to and from the following Pennsylvania airports:
- Harrisburg, Pa.
- Allentown, Pa.
- Erie, Pa.
- Philadelphia, Pa.
- Pittsburgh, Pa.
- Wilkes Barre-Scranton, Pa.
Customers ticketed on flights to, from or through impacted cities from Oct. 28 through Oct. 31 may reschedule their itineraries for travel through Nov. 4 with a one-time date or time change, and the airline will waive the change fees. For a complete list of other impacted airports, please click HERE.
For flights that are canceled or delayed more than two hours, customers may request refunds to the original form of payment. Complete details, eligible travel dates and updates are available at the United Airlines website. Customers may change travel plans quickly and conveniently via the website or book a new reservation, change an existing reservation or check flight status by calling United Reservations at 800-UNITED-1.
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