Amsterdam Non-stops to Resume from the Twin Cities in October

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.

Real ID Office Now Open at Twin Cities Airport

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”

Antimicrobial Security Bins Coming to MSP Airport

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) and Delta Air Lines have announced the introduction of the latest technology to fight respiratory viral contamination at security checkpoints at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport. Beginning this month at MSP’s Terminal 1, as well as Delta’s other hubs at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport (ATL), Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), andContinue reading “Antimicrobial Security Bins Coming to MSP Airport”

More than 700 Travelers Banned from Flying for Not Wearing a Mask

If you think you can get away without wearing a mask during a flight with U.S. airlines, you may want to think again. More than 700 passengers-to-date have been banned for refusing to have a face covering since the domestic carriers mandate went into effect in early spring. Just like many restaurants and other retailersContinue reading “More than 700 Travelers Banned from Flying for Not Wearing a Mask”

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″