Denver Air Now Serving MSP

What’s in a name? Starting June 1st, Denver-based Denver Air Connection, a subsidiary of Key Lime Air, began offering 12 weekly flights between Minneapolis/St. Paul International Airport and Fergus Falls, Minnesota. As part of the federal Essential Air Service program that subsidizes airline service from small communities, Denver Air replaces Boutique Air on the route.

Airlines Cut Minnesota Routes

Needless to say, the airline industry worldwide has been devastated by the COVID-19 pandemic. Thousands of aircraft have been parked for months now, and it’ll be a long road back to some semblance of normalcy for the entire hospitality business, hotels and car rental companies included. While passenger traffic bottomed out at next-to-nothing in April,Continue reading “Airlines Cut Minnesota Routes”

MSP International Gets $125 Million Pandemic Help

For a major international airport the size of MSP it’s certainly just a band-aid, but a $125 million infusion is nothing to sneeze at. As part of the federal government’s CARES Act which is funneling more than $2.2 trillion to various areas of the U.S. economy, airports, much like most major U.S. airlines, are beingContinue reading “MSP International Gets $125 Million Pandemic Help”

MSP: The Airport

Minneapolis/St. Paul. The Twin Cities. Minnesota. Certainly not the center of the universe, but it is the largest and most dynamic region in the Upper Midwest of the United States. With a metropolitan area population of more than three million, it’s come as no surprise that the Minneapolis/St. Paul International Airport is a vital facilityContinue reading “MSP: The Airport”