Updated, 9:22 a.m. ET, Oct. 30.
Airlines and cruise lines have announced travel policies for upcoming trips potentially affected by Hurricane Sandy, which has left nearly 7 million people without power in the Northeast. Nearly 16,000 flights have been canceled thus far, and closed airports include John F Kennedy International and LaGuardia International in New York in addition to Newark International and Teterboro in New Jersey. Many airlines are waiving change fees for flights scheduled on affected dates.
Click on the links below to find out each airline's policy:
For people departing the next few days for a cruise, Royal Caribbean, Carnival Cruise Lines and Norwegian Cruise Line have announced they are monitoring the storm and will keep their websites updated should any itineraries change. The itineraries of some Carnival and Norwegian cruises have already been updated.
If you are unsure whether your upcoming travel for this weekend or early next week is affected, please contact your individual hotel, airline or cruise line for information.