What's The Risk Of Getting COVID On A Plane?MSP airport expects more traffic this month for spring break than it's seen since the pandemic started.
Minnesota Man Receives COVID-19 Positive Results Soon After FlyingA Minneapolis woman's son flew on an airplane and found out soon after that he was positive for COVID-19. When she tried to alert the airline, she was surprised at the company's response.
Coronavirus Impact: How The Flying Experience May Change Once The Pandemic Is OverWith air travel down about 90% from this time last year, the industry is changing.
Man Detained From MSP-Bound Flight Believes He Was ProfiledNinety-two passengers aboard a flight from Florida to Minneapolis were delayed for six hours, after wondering why their plane was being turned around shortly after takeoff. Spirit Airlines flight 596 was scheduled to land in the Twin Cities at 12:20 a.m. Friday morning.
Tee Off While You Wait To Take Off At MSP AirportSome travelers are changing their flight plans to get in a round of golf at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport. MSP just opened a new, 12,000-square-foot golf facility, complete with a pro shop, a restaurant, a bar and lounge, a putting green and, of course, golf simulators.
4 Things To Know: Lynx Win WNBA Championship, MEA Break And MoreFrom the Minnesota Lynx winning their third championship title in five years to Coca-Cola and Kellogg's frustration with Tom Brady, here's a look at the top four stories for Thursday, Oct. 15, 2015.
No Delays At MSP For Southwest AirlinesAfter a day full of headaches for Southwest Airlines passengers, Twin Cities passengers can rest easy. According to the Minneapolis – St. Paul International Airport’s flight tracker, all Southwest Airlines flights for Monday morning are on time.
Good Question: Will We Need A New ID To Fly?As early as next year, Minnesotans might need more than their driver's licenses to board a plane.
Investigation Reveals Gaps In Airport SecurityAs we head into the busy summer travel season a new investigation has found some disturbing gaps in security at airports across the country. Undercover agents were able to smuggle things, like explosives and weapons, through checkpoints.
USDOT: Airlines In US Collect Billions In Baggage FeesAll those extra fees are adding up for the airlines. The Department of Transportation says airlines collected $3.5 billion in bag fees last year. That's up five percent from 2013.
Delta Deems Speaker's Dog Not Famous Enough To Fly 1st ClassOn any given day, or any flight, chances are pretty good there's a dog on board. For $125 each way, Deb Pullen is happy to pay to bring her Maltese along as a carry-on. "He likes to travel," Pullen said. "No one's really said anything, but some people ignore him and others just go nuts over him you know, and want to talk about him."
Court Hearing Held For 'Serial Stowaway' In FloridaA court hearing will be held Tuesday in Florida for a woman police say flew to Florida from the Twin Cities, without a ticket. Marilyn Hartman, 63, was arrested Sunday in Jacksonville, Fla. after she checked into a hotel under another person’s name.
How To Survive A Red-Eye FlightSometimes taking a red-eye flight is unavoidable and these flights can be a miserable experience for those not used to them. Do not let taking a red-eye cause you to be uncomfortable. The following tips will help you survive your upcoming red-eye flight.
How To Survive A Long FlightMake a few plans ahead of time and pack accordingly to ensure you survive your upcoming long flight.
Good Question: How Has Air Travel Changed?In March, Delta Airlines will start offering five different levels of pricing, ranging from a bare-bones "basic economy" all the way to an elite first-class "Delta One" ticket. It's a far cry from the 1960s, when airlines used to print their prices weeks in advance. So, how has airline travel changed?