Are you scheduled to fly into Haiti anytime soon? If you are one of the many who couldn’t fly into the small Caribbean country because of the devastation the January 12 earthquake caused, you might want to check with your airline about rebooking your flight. American Airlines have already cancelled all their flights to Haiti following the Haiti government’s request not to allow commercial flights into the country. Travelers who have booking with AA can change their bookings without any fees nor penalty until February 14. Spirit Airlines still fly to Haiti, but only to carry supplies and medical aid teams. Its commercial service has already been suspended until Sunday. Passengers who are set to travel to or from Haiti between now and January 20 may rebook their tickets without penalty, as long as the new departure date is on or before Feburary 28, 2010. Those who wish to rebook their flights to March 1 onwards, can do so without penalty, but will have to pay the difference in the fare. Delta Airlines has likewise cancelled their flights to Port-au-prince. There is still no word from the airline regarding waiving of fees for changing travel itineraries. While JetBlue does not fly to Haiti, it does fly to the Dominican Republic, the country sharing the island of Hispanoila with Haiti. Flights to the Dominican Republic aren’t cancelled, but those who wish to rebook due to the unfortunate disaster, JetBlue is waiving change fees and fare differences for those who are scheduled to fly between January 13 to January 17.