US Airways refunds Mexico bound flight travelers

US Airways issues Mexico travel advisory and honors refunds to scared passengers.

Baltimore, MD(–Executives for US Airways, a commercial international airline based in Phoenix, Arizona, issued a travel advisory to consumers flying to Mexico. The airline company also announced they will issue a credit to ticket holders who fear flying to Mexico because of the flu outbreak.

The airliner is honoring passengers with tickets to Mexico City and is waiving any change ticket fees to rebook to another destination. The World Health Organization raised the pandemic flu level to 5 earlier this week. Airline consumers must rebook travel with seven days of flight date. Consumers can go to US Airways website for additional information at The U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has a dedicated information site for all consumers seeking information about the flu outbreak. news for Maryland personal injury attorneys.

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