As COVID-19 vaccination rates continue to climb in the U.S. and Europe, several countries are now permitting Americans to plan summer vacations, which seemed an impossibility just a couple of months ago. As European borders begin to reopen, Delta Air Lines has announced schedule expansions that will allow travelers starved for an international getaway theContinue reading “Delta Ramping Up Service As Europe Slowly Opens to Americans”
Slowly but surely, more international destinations are becoming available for vaccinated Americans to visit. Effective June 9th, France will welcome U.S. citizens who have received Astra Zeneca, Pfizer, Moderna or Johnson & Johnson vaccines.
At long last, we’ve done it. After booking, cancelling, rebooking, cancelling again, rebooking a third time and cancelling a third time, we’ve decided to change destinations for our long awaited next trip overseas. So, instead of discovering my wife’s family’s Austrian roots this year, we’re jetting off to Iceland in September. Given that Iceland nowContinue reading “Iceland Here We Come!”
With domestic flying primed to increase post-pandemic much sooner than international routes, Delta Air Lines has announced a dramatic increase in Alaska service from Minneapolis-St. Paul (MSP) and other major hubs. Twin Cities departing passengers will have three daily non-stops to Anchorage (ANC) effective May 5, and a second daily non-stop to Fairbanks (FAI) willContinue reading “Delta Adding More Summer and Year-round Flights to Alaska”
Okay, covid, we’re all tired of you turning our lives upside down. You’ve overstayed your welcome, which actually never existed, and its more than time for you to move on. Or better yet, be vanquished. Without question, the past year has been one that we’d all like to forget. With more than 550,000 Americans losingContinue reading “Iceland Anyone? Delta Announces MSP, BOS and JFK Nonstops”