Airlines Issue Advisories for Hurricane Patricia

Oct 24, 2015
Updated 12:15 p.m., Oct. 24, 2015

Hurricane Patricia, one of the most powerful hurricanes in recent memory, has been downgraded to a tropic depression after making landfall on Friday on Mexico's Pacific Coast.

Early reports on Saturday are of minimal damage to the towns of Puerto Vallarta and Mazatlan; Tourism Secretary Enrique de la Madrid called the aftermath a stroke of “extraordinary luck.”

However, as a result, many airlines that fly into Puerto Vallarta or Mazatlan have issued travel advisories.

Many airlines are waiving change fees and/or offering refunds for flights scheduled on affected dates. Click on the links below to find out each airline's policy:

Travelers with upcoming trips to Puerto Vallarta, Punta Mita, Manzanillo or Mazatlan should contact their vacation packager, airline or resort for details and updates.

Airlines recommend checking your flight status before traveling to the airport. You can download the TSA app (Android | iPhone) for information on delays and security time at airports across the U.S.

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