ATLANTA -- Planes, trains and buses are all being affected by the severe winter weather affecting the Southeast.
Greyhound says they will stop all bus service into and out of Atlanta by 8 p.m. Tuesday. They said they will allow passengers to change their travel itineraries free of charge.
Amtrak says they will suspend some service including the Crescent through Atlanta, the Auto Train, Silver Star and Silver Meteor along the Georgia coast, and the Palmetto into Savannah. Passengers can make changes to their travel plans at Amtrak.com.
Southwest Airlines says travelers flying through Atlanta, Charlotte, Greenville-Spartanburg or Raleigh-Durham on Tuesday, February 11 or Wednesday, February 12, are eligible to reschedule their flights in accordance with Southwest's accommodation procedures, which allows them to change their travel dates and/or flight times at no additional charge.
For details, passengers can find additional information on Southwest.com, or by calling Southwest at 800-435-9792.
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Delta Air Lines said on Tuesday that more than 1,500 flights across their system had already been canceled for Tuesday and Wednesday due to the approaching storm.
The air carrier says passengers flying to, from or through Atlanta, Asheville, Charlotte, Greensboro, Greenville, Huntsville, Norfolk or Raleigh between February 11 and February 13 may make changes to their itinerary.
Tickets must be reissued on or before February 17, and travel must begin no later than February 17. For more information, passengers should visit Delta.com.
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United Airlines says passengers flying through Ashville, Atlanta, Charlotte, Chattanooga, Columbia, Greensboro, Greenville/Spartanburg, Huntsville, Knoxville, Nashville, Norfolk and Raleigh/Durham may be able to modify their flights due to this week's winter weather. Original travel dates are between February 11 and February 12.
The carrier says fees for same-day flight changes are waived within 24 hours of the original departure time. For other changes, the change fee would be waived, but there may be a difference in fare pricing. For details, flyers should contact United.com.
American Airlines says they will offer passengers traveling through airports in the Southeast -- including Atlanta -- the capability to change their travel plans if their travel was scheduled between February 11 and February 13. Tickets must have been issued no later than February 10.
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For details, passengers must contact American Airlines at 800-433-7300 or visit AA.com.
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