Hurricane Florence is forcing the cancellation of planes and trains from the Charlottesville area.
Airlines are canceling a huge selection of flights to and from airports in the road of the storm. Which includes some flights from Charlottesville-Albemarle Airport (CHO).
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Earlier, Between Thursday and Sunday delta and United airlines offered an opportunity to change flights without penalties to anyone flying.
While the storm stopped some from traveling, others say they aren’t concerned.
“It’s looking good, thankfully. It appears like we might only be getting rain, that is great. The airlines are ready, we’re prepared, in case just,” said Stewart Key, CHO.
“After watching the elements maybe once or twice, it did show that it had been heading down south farther therefore i wasn’t really worried at all way too much,” Christopher Williams said.
The airport encourages travelers to check on making use of their airline to find the latest information regarding their flight.
Amtrak can be modifying its schedule in anticipation of Hurricane Florence. A large number of trains going to Charlotte have already been canceled.
Amtrak says it shall waive fees and make an effort to accommodate passengers on other trains.
The Department of Transportation is reminding drivers to limit travel through the height of storms. They state you should keep an eye on changing climate also.
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