Iceland Anyone? Delta Announces MSP, BOS and JFK Nonstops

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”

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”

Delta Remains Only U.S. Carrier to Block Middle Seats; Extends Policy Through April, 2021

Continuing to listen to its customers, Delta Air Lines has committed to the extention of its popular middle seat blocking policy through at least April of this year. The Atlanta-based airline has limited the number of passengers on its flights since April of last year, offering inflight spacing between travelers and a sense of comfortContinue reading “Delta Remains Only U.S. Carrier to Block Middle Seats; Extends Policy Through April, 2021”

Passenger Traffic Plummets at MSP in 2020

It comes as no surprise, but the extreme drop in the number of airline passengers worldwide in 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic is still mind-boggling. After ten consecutive years of year-over-year passenger growth, last year saw a 62 percent reduction in airline travelers at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport. MSP served a record 39-millionContinue reading “Passenger Traffic Plummets at MSP in 2020”

Sun Country Hoping for Air Travel Uptick with 16 New Routes; 9 New Cities

Twin Cities-based Sun Country Airlines is counting on a dramatic increase in COVID-19 vaccinations and testing to propel the carrier to a much improved second half of 2021. Like airlines worldwide, Sun Country has been clobbered financially by the pandemic, with very few people traveling and a majority of flights cancelled or operating with fewContinue reading “Sun Country Hoping for Air Travel Uptick with 16 New Routes; 9 New Cities”