Cruise Lines, Airlines Make Hurricane Humberto Travel Changes

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Carnival Cruise Line has modified itineraries for the Carnival Sunrise and Carnival Pride.

With Hurricane Humberto continuing to make its way toward Bermuda, a number of cruise lines and airlines have issued itinerary changes and change waivers. 

A spokesperson for Carnival Cruise Line tells Travel Agent that it has modified the September 15 itinerary on the Carnival Pride out of Baltimore and the September 16 itinerary on the Carnival Sunrise out of New York. The Carnival Pride will now call at Grand Turk and Amber Cove on September 18 and 19, respectively, instead of at Bermuda as originally planned. The Carnival Sunrise will replace its planned call at Bermuda on those two days with a call at Charleston, South Carolina, on September 18 and a sea day on September 19. 

A spokesperson for Royal Caribbean tells Travel Agent that there are no itinerary changes to report at this time. 


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Air Travel

American Airlines is offering travelers scheduled to fly through Bermuda through September 19 the chance to rebook through September 22 between the same city pair in the same cabin (or pay the difference). 

Delta is offering travelers scheduled to fly through September 19 the chance to rebook through September 22, with the new ticket to be reissued on or before that date. 

JetBlue is allowing customers scheduled to fly September 18 – 19 the chance to rebook through September 22. 

According to the latest forecast, the center of Hurricane Humberto is expected to approach Bermuda Wednesday night through Thursday morning. The category 3 storm, which currently has maximum sustained winds of 100 mph, is expected to become stronger in the near future. 

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