When and Where
- January 17 – 18: Minneapolis (MSP)
- January 17: Upper Midwest cities: Bloomington, IL (BMI), Cedar Rapids, IA (CID), Chicago Midway IL (MDW), Chicago O’Hare, IL (ORD), Des Moines, IA (DSM), Lincoln, NE (LNK), Kansas City, MO (MCI), Moline, IL (MLI), Omaha, Nebraska (OMA), Peoria, IL (PIA), Rochester, MN (RST), Sioux Falls, SD (FSD), Springfield, MO (SGF) and St. Louis, MO (STL)
Delta’s Meteorology team is keeping an eye on a winter storm system that is expected to bring frozen and mixed precipitation to parts of the Midwest later this week. The airline’s operations teams are not planning for any cancellations as the forecast model data comes in, though schedule adjustments remain a possibility as a result of inclement weather conditions.
The waivers allow customers with flexibility in their travel plans to make a one-time change to their itinerary without incurring a change fee.
Customers are encouraged to check their flight status on Delta.com or the Fly Delta Mobile App. Customers can also get updates sent directly to their mobile device or by email with One-Time Flight Notification.
Learn more about Delta weather waivers here.
Know before you go, with Delta’s new SkyWatch Daily Outlook page
SkyWatch Daily Outlook is a customer-focused version of Delta’s internal operational outlook, updated daily. SkyWatch provides customers with pertinent information about Delta’s operation and will be posted to delta.com and the Fly Delta app in the advisories section, giving customers added transparency into potential disruptions to their travel plans.