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!”
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”
Ultra low fare carrier Spirit Airlines has announced plans to to begin service from Milwaukee’s Mitchell International Airport in June. The 8th-largest U.S. carrier is headquartered in Miramar (metro Miami), Florida, operating a fleet of Airbus aircraft more than 500 times daily to 78 destinations in the U.S., Caribbean and Latin America. Spirit will offerContinue reading “Spirit Airlines Announces Inaugural Milwaukee Service”
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”