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Anchorage Daily News, Alaska Knight Ridder/Tribune Business News
Mar. 13--AIRLINE PREPARED TO WAIVE FEE: Alaska Airlines said it will waive the $50 fee it ordinarily charges passengers to postpone their travel plans if they do so in the event of war or an elevated security alert.
Under the new policy, the Seattle-based airline said customers who bought tickets before the start of a war or a Level Red Alert issued by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security may change their itineraries without paying this fee. Changes must be made before the originally scheduled departure date, and travel on the new ticket must be completed no later than Sept. 1, Alaska …