Working with internal staff, Delta’s Flight Products team has created an additional layer of safety at airports for its customers, as well as the airline’s staff. Plexiglass safety barriers have been installed in airport check-in lobbies, at each departure gate, as well as at Delta Sky Club check-in counters. The Atlanta-based carrier has often amazedContinue reading “Delta Introducing New Lobby and Gate Safety Barriers”
UPDATED 6/29: Delta Air Lines has revised it’s customer policy as stated here… “We do require all Delta customers to wear a mask upon boarding and through their entire travel on the aircraft.” Delta joins a growing list of carriers with a mask stipulation due to COVID-19. Ed Bastian, CEO of Delta Air Lines, has asked the U.S.Continue reading “Delta Won’t Require Passengers to Wear Masks”
What’s in a name? Starting June 1st, Denver-based Denver Air Connection, a subsidiary of Key Lime Air, began offering 12 weekly flights between Minneapolis/St. Paul International Airport and Fergus Falls, Minnesota. As part of the federal Essential Air Service program that subsidizes airline service from small communities, Denver Air replaces Boutique Air on the route.
Needless to say, the airline industry worldwide has been devastated by the COVID-19 pandemic. Thousands of aircraft have been parked for months now, and it’ll be a long road back to some semblance of normalcy for the entire hospitality business, hotels and car rental companies included. While passenger traffic bottomed out at next-to-nothing in April,Continue reading “Airlines Cut Minnesota Routes”
United Airlines is getting totally serious about the safety of their customers and employees. Effective this coming Friday, June 18th, the carrier will place any uncooperative passenger who doesnt follow its mask policy on an internal travel restriction list. What does this mean? Specifically, unabiding customers will lose their travel privileges for an indefinite lengthyContinue reading “Wear a Mask or Don’t Fly”