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February 7, 2013 at 4:55 PM

Flights canceled between Seattle and Northeast U.S., thanks to storm

Airlines  already  have canceled  some Friday  flights between Seattle and the Northeast U.S.  thanks to the storm that could dump two feet of snow on some Eastern cities.

American and other airlines have canceled hundreds of flights to and from the Northeast because of the snowstorm. (Photo by Joe Raedle / Getty Images.)

JetBlue has canceled some Seattle-Boston flights; Alaska Airlines  has canceled some flights between Seattle and Newark. Check the status of your flight before going to the airport – with your airline or through Sea-Tac Airport’s real-time flight information. Make sure you’re signed up for mobile alerts from your carrier, too.

Airlines, such as  Alaska,  also are loosening ticket-change penalties for flights to storm-affected areas through the weekend, waiving the fee.

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