Airlines are preparing to cancel Florida flights that are in the path of Hurricane Irma.
The hurricane is expected to reach Florida by the weekend.
JetBlue Airways said Wednesday afternoon that it had canceled about 130 flights.
JetBlue said it reduced one-way fares to $99 to $159 for remaining seats on flights leaving the hurricane's path including Florida and locations in the Caribbean.
FlightAware.com reported that about 170 flights, roughly two-thirds of those scheduled, were canceled by late Wednesday afternoon at Luis Munoz Marin Airport International Airport near San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Cancellations at Miami International Airport were minimal Wednesday but already topped 300 flights for Friday, according to the tracking service.