Powerful Winter-Like Storm On The Way For North Central And Northeast Colorado
Frontier Airlines travel advisory in advance of major winter storm in Denver
According to the National Weather Service, a potent storm system is organizing over the Great Basin late Wednesday afternoon and will track across the four corners region overnight and then east across southeast Colorado on Thursday. A strong circulation around this storm system will likely produce moderate to heavy snowfall from the front range east to the Kansas border. In addition, the plains should see strong and gusty northeast winds developing Thursday morning following the passage of a strong cold front. The high mountain passes and Palmer Divide area may see near blizzard conditions during the afternoon and evening hours.
In response to a forecast for significant snow in the Denver Metro area on Thursday, March 26, 2009, Frontier Airlines has put the following travel policy guidelines into place for all customers scheduled to travel on March 25-27, 2009, who purchased tickets on or before March 24, 2009:
Customers scheduled on the above dates may elect to stand-by free of charge on an earlier date or time. Origin and destination cities must remain the same.
For customers who have already started their travel, rules and restrictions regarding standard change fees, advance purchase, day or time applications, blackouts and minimum or maximum stay requirements have been waived. Origin and destination cities must remain the same. Changes must be made by midnight, March 27, 2009 and travel completed by April 8, 2009.
For customers who have not begun travel, they may make one change to their travel plans without a change fee. All rescheduled travel may be subject to higher fares if it does not meet the original rule or booking class. For more information, please visit FrontierAirlines.com .