Consumers and travel advisory firms have issued advisories for a number of airlines, including American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Frontier Airlines, JetBlue Airways and United Airlines, according to the travel advisory website TripAdvisor.
The advisories include a travel itinerary that includes an Indianapolis, Indiana, city, as well as the advisories location and duration.
A TripAdvisory advisory on a major US city is usually a three-day itinerary.
But some airlines, like Delta and Frontier, have issued advisory travel advisisions for a maximum of seven days.
The advisory is issued by the airlines and is usually accompanied by a travel advisory on the Indianapolis travel area and the surrounding area.
“The advisory is intended to be for reference only and is not intended to substitute for professional advice,” the airlines said in a statement.
“Consumers and travel advisors are encouraged to consult their travel advisers regarding the advisement.”
US airports and airlines have issued warnings on a number, from a few hours to several days.
For example, the American Airlines flight information posted on its website states: “Due to the current threat from Hurricane Andrew, a flight will be canceled.
However, the aircraft is safe and the flight will depart in the afternoon, approximately 8:30 a.m.
ET (10:30am GMT).”