In a move that probably won’t disappoint frequent customers of Delta Air Lines, the company has announced its intention to retire all of its Boeing 717s, a derivative of the old DC9-40, as well as the carrier’s fleet of Boeing 767-300ER (extended range) aircraft. Also to be phased out are Delta’s cramped and unpopular BombardierContinue reading “Delta to Retire Fleet of Boeing 717, 767-300ER and CRJ200 Aircraft”
Working hard to stay ahead of the game, Delta Air LInes has announced a bevy of benefits extensions well into 2021 for SkyMiles members, and SkyMiles AMEX cardholders. The carrier has also improved flexibility for its most valued customers who are contemplating making plans for the resumption of travel next year. Of course, all ofContinue reading “Delta Extends Benefits for SkyMiles Members”
Delta Air Lines has announced plans for the resumption of its popular Minneapolis-St. Paul to Amsterdam flights beginning on October 25. Initially, the Atlanta-based carrier will operate four weekly flights on the route. This will be the first European longhaul route to resume since the cessation of service in mid-March due to the coronavirus pandemic.
While the deadline requiring a Real ID to board a commercial flight has been extended to October 1, 2021, the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport is making it easier for current travelers to obtain this identification well in advance of implementation. Eliminating a trip to your local DVS, deputy registrar or driver’s license agent office, theContinue reading “Real ID Office Now Open at Twin Cities Airport”
While living in the Twin Cities or other areas of Minnesota does give us a definite advantage of being just a single non-stop away from Europe and Asia, there are plenty of other options that can be just as attractive ways to jet to your destination. Granted, with the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport (MSP) beingContinue reading “United Announces New International Routes”