Focusing on its top destinations and hubs, Delta Air Lines has outlined plans for the resumption of long-haul international routes. Included in the plans are flights from Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport to Amsterdam, London, Paris, Seoul and Tokyo. While American citizens are currently barred in most instances from traveling to the European Union countries whichContinue reading “Delta Plans Resumption of MSP International Long-hauls”
With the return to air travel being sluggish at best, Delta Air Lines has committed to extend its open middle seat policy through January 6, 2021. The Atlanta-based carrier clearly can see that advance bookings are very weak, and is betting that the guaranteed extra spacing onboard its flights will be a strong sales pointContinue reading “Delta’s Empty Middle Seat Policy Extended into 2021”
So it’s finally time for that first flight after many long months of staying close to home. You’ve got your mask, hand sanitizer and disinfectant wipes set to go, and you know that Delta’s distance spacing onboard the aircraft will have the other passengers safely away from your seating area. Since everyone is required toContinue reading “Delta and CVS Aim to Speed Employee COVID-19 Testing”
JetBlue recently inaugurated its second route from the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport with two daily A320 nonstops to John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) in New York City. The airline also reinstated its daily flights to Boston’s Logan International Airport which were temporarily suspended due to the COVID19 pandemic.
Good news has been hard to find for air travelers over the last few months, but Minnesota’s Rochester International Airport just announced an exciting new route commencing on October 1st. For the first time ever, travelers will be able to head west to Denver, Colorado without the necessity of a connection. SkyWest Airlines will operateContinue reading “United to Fly New Nonstops to DEN from Rochester MN”