Delta Airlines, the largest carrier at Detroit Metropolitan Airport, says they will issue refunds or waivers for travelers whose flights are canceled or significantly delayed due to the winter weather hitting the Midwest.
Frontier Airlines will expand low-fare service at Trenton-Mercer Airport with the addition of five nonstop destinations.
Some airlines at Metro Detroit Airport are waiving the change fee for customers who must alter their flights due to severe winter weather.
If you’re headed by air to the East Coast, you may want to double check the status of your flight.
Authorities say a Delta passenger airplane has made an emergency landing at Syracuse Hancock International Airport after one of its engines failed.
The lines began forming early at Detroit Metro Airport for one of the most popular days of holiday travel of the year.
The nation’s airlines have cancelled more than seven thousand flights because of the big storm moving through the U.S.
Preparations are already being made for the big snow storm expected to hit the state starting Tuesday.
At Metro Airport, dozens of flights were scratched because of heavy snow out east — but it’s impacted more than people trying to get there.
It was a frustrating morning for Detroit-bound passengers whose flight was delayed coming out of Chicago. Chicago Department of Aviation said officials issued a temporary “ground stop” at O’Hare, meaning no flights were departing.
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