Delta Ramping Up Service As Europe Slowly Opens to Americans

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”

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.

Delta Plans Resumption of MSP International Long-hauls

Focusing on its top destinations and hubs, Delta Air Lines has outlined plans for the resumption of long-haul international routes. Included in the plans are flights from Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport to Amsterdam, London, Paris, Seoul and Tokyo. While American citizens are currently barred in most instances from traveling to the European Union countries whichContinue reading “Delta Plans Resumption of MSP International Long-hauls”