A crew works to de-ice a plane at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport after a blizzard struck overnight on November 27, 2019 in Bloomington, Minnesota.
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Travelers returning from the long Thanksgiving weekend may face disruptions as a slow-moving winter storm advances eastward, prompting airlines to waive change fees for flights in the storm’s potential path.
Delta Air Lines on Friday said it would waive change fees for passengers booked to or from almost two dozen airports in the Northeast, including all three major airports serving New York City — LaGuardia, Kennedy and Newark — and Boston.
Travelers booked to fly from the airports listed on Dec. 1-2…