New Airline Promises Travel Will Be ‘ez’ as a Breeze

With airlines working around the clock to ramp up service as quickly as possible, there are also new airlines emerging that hope to take advantage of the pent-up demand to get out of town. With COVID-19 cases reduced to levels not seen since nearly a year ago and multiple vaccines available to anyone who wantsContinue reading “New Airline Promises Travel Will Be ‘ez’ as a Breeze”

Airlines Decimated by Pandemic. Time to Start a New Airline? Hello, Avelo Airlines

The U.S. airline industry has twice been bailed out by Congress in the last year due to a lack of customers from the coronavirus pandemic, so the first new startup carrier in 15 years has decided that now is the time to begin service. Crazy? Maybe. Questionable timing? Without question. But inaugural service by newContinue reading “Airlines Decimated by Pandemic. Time to Start a New Airline? Hello, Avelo Airlines”

Post-Covid Delta Reaffirms Commitment to MSP Hub

it should come as no surprise to anyone who travels by air with any regularity that the airline industry has been possibly the worst hit business sector due to the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic. Air carriers around the globe have spent the last year trying to survive, with any thoughts of profitability being immaterial. Multiple congressionalContinue reading “Post-Covid Delta Reaffirms Commitment to MSP Hub”

Sun Country Lays Off HQ Staff as Airlines Struggle to Survive

Twin Cities-based Sun Country Airlines may be a small carrier unknown to most, but that doesn’t exempt it from the harsh reality of dealing with the COVID-19 crisis. Thankfully, Sun Country entered into a contract in December of last year with Amazon, operating several aircraft for the e-commerce giant. While the carrier couldn’t have foreseenContinue reading “Sun Country Lays Off HQ Staff as Airlines Struggle to Survive”

U.S. Airlines Don’t Expect “Back to Normal” Until 2024

No one can argue that COVID19, the coronavirus pandemic, has changed the world as we knew it. Our carefree lifestyles that gave Americans the ability to get-up-and-go on a moments notice, whether it be to a restaurant, sporting event, or a distant destination half-way around the world, are no longer. And while every industry hasContinue reading “U.S. Airlines Don’t Expect “Back to Normal” Until 2024″