Not to be outdone by the aggressive expansion of the Jet Blue/American Airlines relationship throughout the Northeast corridor, Delta Air LInes has announced a dramatic increase in capacity that brings back nonstop service to the 40 largest city-pairs from both JFK International and LaGuardia airports.
The world according to Covid is a far cry from life before the virus. With more than 700,00 Americans now dead from Covid-19 and nearly 5 million worldwide having lost their lives, it isn’t surprising that many people have gone a bit bonkers due to mask requirements, vaccines, restaurants closed or only serving take-away food,Continue reading “Delta Wants Airlines to Share Banned Flier Lists”
Just because this blog is named “iFlyMSP” doesn’t mean that I don’t often take note of exciting new services offered from other airports. And the May 19 long-anticipated announcement of JetBlue’s first transatlantic non-stops from JFK International Airport to not only close-in London Heathrow Airport, but also to London Gatwick on the south side ofContinue reading “JetBlue Announces JFK/London Service to Both Heathrow and Gatwick Airports”
With JetBlue’s announcement that effective January 8 the Queens, New York-based carrier will open up all seats for sale on its aircraft, guaranteed inflight social distancing appeared to be going away. But not quite! In a surprise move, Delta Air Lines has extended its commitment to blocking middle seats through the entire winter. Delta customersContinue reading “Delta Extends Blocked Middle Seats Commitment Through March 30”
If you’re an avgeek or just someone who enjoys following news from the airline industry, you might be surprised by the news that United Airlines has announced its “return” to serving John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York City. And you’d be even more surprised to learn that United hasn’t flown from JFK forContinue reading “United Airlines Returning to JFK with Los Angeles and San Francisco Non-stops”