LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — As multiple fires burned through Southern California amid extreme red flag warning, American Airlines issued a travel alert for multiple airports in the Los Angeles area.
The airline issued the travel alert for the following airports:READ MORE: Federal Court Strikes Down Judge’s Order To Provide Housing To All Skid Row Homeless
- Los Angeles International Airport
- Hollywood Burbank Airport
- Long Beach Airport
- Ontario International Airport
- John Wayne Airport in Orange County
According to an American Airlines spokesperson, customers scheduled to fly to, through, or from any of the airports listed between Wednesday and Friday have the option to reschedule their travel without incurring a fee.READ MORE: Smokey Southland Skies Caused By Wildfires Burning In Northern And Central California Spur Air Quality Concerns
The airline also issued a travel alert for the Sonoma County Airport in Northern California due to the Kincade Fire.MORE NEWS: Father Memorializes Son, Who Died In 2019 Conception Boat Fire, Along Last 500 Miles Of 2,600 Mile Hike
Travelers can log onto aa.com or contact American Reservations at 800-433-7300 in the U.S. or Canada.