Carriers alter flight waivers after Mexico earthquake Today's News

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US carriers are waiving change fees on flights to Mexico City after a powerful earthquake rocked the country, killing at least 230 people.

Delta Air Lines, American Airlines and United Airlines responded with flight waiver policies allowing passengers to rebook flights without a cancellation fee, as long as they reschedule before Sunday.

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