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Posted at 6:17 PM ET, 01/31/2011

Flying? Prepare for snow delays.

By Washington Post Editors

Video: The coming storm

A big snowstorm moving through the Midwest, along with a forecast for mixed precipitation in the Mid-Atlantic over the next couple of days, means air travelers will see delays and cancellations.

Airlines, such as Delta and JetBlue, have already posted travel advisories and implemented waivers allowing passengers to rebook their flights without penalties. You should check with your airline to see if your travel plans may be affected by ice and snow.

Here are some resources for more information on how your specific flight plans may be affected:

Airlines serving BWI
Airlines serving Dulles
Airlines serving Reagan National
The FAA's Flight Delay map

Airline weather information
AirTran Airways
American Airlines
Continental Airlines
Delta Airlines
Southwest Airlines
United Airlines
US Airways
Virgin America

By Washington Post Editors  | January 31, 2011; 6:17 PM ET
Categories:  Airlines, Airports, Aviation  
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