Ultra low-cost carrier Spirit Airlines is ramping back up at the Minneapolis/St. Paul International Airport. All but one daily flight had been suspended since early April due to the COVID-19 pandemic. With the U.S. haltingly re-opening in certain parts of the country, the airline decided in June to resume service to Orlando, Florida.
Spirit has announced that flights to the following destinations will resume in July:
Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport
Thurgood Marshall Baltimore/Washington International Airport
Denver International Airport
Las Vegas McCarran International Airport
Los Angeles International Airport
While airline passenger boardings have slowly increased since the lowest point in April, the continuing spread of COVID-19 in many cities across the country has made for the continuous adjustment of airline schedules.
After a 35-year travel industry career, the time has come to kick back and relax. Well, not exactly, but it is time to travel without a business schedule dictating where and when. Over the years I've traveled extensively by air for work, both domestically and internationally. I've been to some incredibly exciting and beautiful destinations, and some others, not so much. So now it's my turn (and hopefully yours), to explore the world at a more leisurely pace. Whether you want to discover the U.S. or another continent, the Minneapolis/St. Paul International Airport is a great starting point. And that's what this blog is all about. I'm not here to assist the rich and famous in figuring out how to best earn and utilize their millions of airline miles and hotel points. Instead, my focus will be on the average Joe and Josephine. Hard-working people (like you!) who have saved up over time for their once or twice a year escape from reality. So if you're contemplating a getaway from MSP or the Upper Midwest via the Twin Cities, you've come to the right place. Happy trails!
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