Time to Pamper Yourself With a First Class Flight?

If you’re contemplating air travel in the next couple of months and your travels include flights with Delta Air Lines, you may want to consider pampering yourself by traveling in the forward cabin of the aircraft. Not only will you be assured of generous social distance from other passengers aboard the flight, but through JanuaryContinue reading “Time to Pamper Yourself With a First Class Flight?”

Planning a Thanksgiving Getaway by Air?

The coronavirus has turned the airline industry upside down over the last few months, and a dramatically reduced flight schedule remains in place for all U.S. and foreign carriers. Of course, fewer flights means fewer seats available, but you’re probably figuring that since there will also be fewer travelers, you won’t have difficulty finding aContinue reading “Planning a Thanksgiving Getaway by Air?”

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”

Delta Extends Benefits for SkyMiles Members

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”

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.