The signs of fall are everywhere. Kids are back in school, the leaves are already changing, and the parking ramp at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport is full.
The storm system over the Twin Cities is having an effect on air travel Thursday morning, and could throughout the day.
Starting Thursday morning, you should be able to fly new direct lines to Chicago and Las Vegas, as Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport welcomes a new airline service.
A suspicious bag led to an evacuation at Terminal 2 at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport Friday morning. Authorities said the Humphrey terminal was evacuated at about 5:30 a.m. after a bag being scanned by screeners set off an alarm.
In an empty parking lot east of St. Cloud’s airport, the only birds heard taking flight have the chirp of sandpipers. The City’s airport terminal sits empty and jet ways lead nowhere. But now city and business leaders have a plan to bring a carrier back.
International travelers should have an easier time moving through the Twins Cities airport.
Travelers can expect some new options at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport pretty soon.
A Florida man has been arrested and charged after allegedly using a camera to take pictures of people using a men’s bathroom at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport.
Tiger and Bear are toy poodles, making the trip to Grandmother’s house in Virginia. Their mom, Jenna Andrews, said she’s a little nervous about them traveling.
The severe thunderstorms that rolled through the Twin Cities have caused some major problems at the Minneapolis-St. Paul Airport.
Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport’s Terminal 2-Humphrey is marking its 10th birthday this week, and to celebrate, vendors there will be offering special deals.
Today’s “Sesame Street” is brought to you by the letter “A” — for “airplane.”
The doctor who has been accused of accidentally killing Michael Jackson helped save a life on an airplane en route to Minneapolis.
How many times have you gotten stuck in traffic along Interstate 494? More times than you can count?
A former U.S. Army analyst who tried to board a flight to China with electronic files containing restricted Army documents is scheduled to enter a plea to a misdemeanor charge of theft of government property.