"Here we go again."
That's likely to be a common refrain among air travelers this week as a new coastal storm is making of air travel at some of the nation's busiest airports.
Airlines have already canceled more than 1,000 flights today (Nov. 7) and Thursday because of the new storm, which comes just a week after "superstorm" Sandy virtually shut down many of the same airports.
And, just like they did with Sandy, most big airlines are again waiving change fees for customers booked into cities likely to be affected by the storm. Generally, the weather waivers allow customers to make one change to their itinerary—with restrictions—with no fee.