Transcript for Hurricane Dorian wreaks havoc on Labor Day travel
people preparing multiple airlines are preparing as well issuing travel waifers and canceling more than a hundred flights as millions hit the sky for the holiday weekend. Steve osunsami is at Hartsfield airport with the latest. Reporter: Traffic is moving well this morning but the airlines are watching this storm closely worried about the impact that this storm will have on their flight schedules. So far they're offering travel waivers to passengers flying in and out of 32 airport, mostly in Florida and the caribbean, nine airlines are issuing those travel waivers, delta airline, for example, is one of them headquartered here. So far all of the flight cancellations we're seeing are in Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands but that will change depending on the track of this storm. Travelers hoping to take advantage of those flight waivers need to check with their airlines because they're only good for specific dates. 12 cruise ships have also had to change their schedules because of the storm impacting tens of thousands of travelers. Royal caribbean is also closing its private island in the Bahamas for a week. Tom. Yeah, the timing really couldn't be worse. All right, Steve, thanks so much.
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