Government safety rules are changing to let airline passengers use most electronic devices from gate-to-gate. The change will let passengers read, work, play games, watch movies and listen to music.
For most children, the police escort and limo would equal the ride of a lifetime, but for Dawson Parker and Terrique Powell on Wednesday, it was just the start. They got the red carpet treatment at Flying Cloud Airport in Eden Prairie, riding in vintage World War II planes.
B-24, B-17, and P-51. These aren’t bingo numbers. They’re airplanes from World War II featured in the Wings of Freedom Tour at the Blaine Airport.
What do you think??
A fire damaged a hangar the South St. Paul Airport Monday morning.
A new airline carrier is bringing hundreds of new job opportunities to the Twin Cities.
When your high school looks like Richfield’s, and your walk home is cold and snowy, daydreams of spring break in a tropical locale can be comforting.
Air Traffic Controllers have been told they will receive letters by Monday that will outline how the automatic cuts in federal spending will affect their jobs.
The Metropolitan Airports Commission meets Monday to consider a plan that would concentrate airplane routes in two zones, one of which would cut right across Edina.
Thanksgiving is just days away, and the number of Americans traveling for the holiday is going up again this year.
For my flying friends…..you look out the window and see this…..What would you do???
Should overweight air passengers pay more for their tickets? A Princeton University professor says it only makes sense, since travelers already pay a fee for their oversized bags.
Before takeoff and landing, we know it is coming: “ladies and gentleman, please turn off all electronic devices.” However, for many of us, it’s hard to believe that an iPod or a Kindle could really affect an airplane. So, why do we have to turn off electronics on take-off and landing?
WCCO-TV viewers submit hundreds of Good Questions every week. From ceremonial flyovers of military jets, to school grading systems, we’re hitting “Reply All.”
The Federal Aviation Association (FAA) planned Monday to require inspections for the kind of Boeing 737-300 aircraft that ripped open during a Southwest Airlines flight last week.