(FOXNEWS) — All major U.S. airlines are waiving change fees for fliers affected by Monday’s bombings at the Boston Marathon.

“As a sponsor of the Boston Marathon with a large number of the JetBlue family based in the city, our thoughts are with the Boston community during this difficult time,” Jetblue announced on its website, along with a notice that the company will be waiving all rebooking fees for customers flying in or out of Boston between April 15 and April 21.

Flights in and out of Boston’s Logan International Airport are operating on normal flight schedules Tuesday, but there is heightened security at the terminals and on the airfield.

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