Alaska Airlines Plane Lands At MSP Due To Unruly PassengerOfficials say an Alaska Airlines plane headed from JFK Airport to Seattle had to be diverted to the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport on Monday due to an unruly passenger.
Report: Someone Tried To Get Through MSP Security With Loaded GunIt appears more and more people are forgetting to properly pack certain items when they fly.
Delays, Cancellations For Delta Passengers Continue WednesdayMore delays and cancellations are expected for Delta Airlines Wednesday after a computer outage crippled the airlines system Monday.
Delta CEO Apologizes Following Computer Failure, CancellationsDelta passengers are encountering long lines at airports worldwide Monday morning after a computer outage grounded flights.
Delta Pilots To Picket For Higher Pay FridayDelta Air Line pilots will be conducting informational picketing around the country in an effort to raise the sense of urgency in ongoing contract negotiations, according to the Air Line Pilots Association, Int'l.
PreCheck Enrollment Slowly Growing As Security Lines Stretch LongerThe TSA reduced screening staff in recent years, anticipating that more and more people would apply for the ease of PreCheck.
Sun Country Awarded Cuba Air RoutesThe Twin Cities area is among five cities that will begin offering daily flights to Cuba. The introduction of air travel to Cuba is part of President Obama's work to normalize relations between the two countries.
4 Things To Know: Paid Sick Leave, MSP Intrusion, Female CEOs & MoreFrom paid sick leave in Minneapolis to female CEOs, here is a look at the top four stories from May 26, 2016.
Delta To Help Out TSA During Busy Summer SeasonWith the busiest months for air travel just days away, concern is growing over long lines and delays at airport security checkpoints. So, to help ease congestion and speed the screening process, Delta is giving the TSA a hand.
Report: Minn. TSA Manager Says He Was Asked To Target Somalis A TSA manager at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport says his supervisor told him to report the names of local Somali leaders coming to him for help, so that they could be checked agaisnt a database for terror ties, the New York Times reported on Wednedsay.
Airport Foundation Launches Animal Ambassador Program At MSPA new program at the airport is hoping dogs can take some of the stress out of traveling. The Airport Foundation launched the Animal Ambassador Program Thursday. The program lets travelers play with dogs to ease stress.
Metropolitan Airports Commission Approves New CEO At MSPThe commission that operates Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport has approved a new executive director and CEO. The Metropolitan Airports Commission approved Lakeville native Brian Ryks' appointment Monday following a nationwide search.

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