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”
Everyone who follows the airline industry knows that there’s a lot more to an airline flight than the pilots and cabin crew. The COVID19 pandemic which has caused a dramatic reduction in the number of airline passengers and correspondingly, to flights offered, has also had a devastating effect on employment throughout the hospitality industry. Already,Continue reading “Fewer MSP Flights Leads to Non-Airline Layoffs”
While COVID19 has set back growth plans at airports worldwide, the new Silver Ramp, which has been under construction since last year at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport, is set to welcome many ground transportation services effective Wednesday, August 5. While the 11-level, five thousand space facility isn’t going to be occupied as quickly asContinue reading “Changes Abound at MSP’s New Silver Ramp”