STAFF BLOG CAPITOL CHATTER Cravaack bill would speed military personnel at airports
Military personnel would get through airport security checks faster under a U.S. Rep. Chip Cravaack bill that passed its first committee hurdle today.
This legislation would require TSA (Transportati... Posted on 9/21/11 at 2:17 PM
RETIRE EARLY IN MEXICO 3..2..1..Lift Off! For the "Escape to Mexico"
The story to this point has Bruce and Mary conceiving the dream and concocting the plan to set them free in México. They have successfully leased their house and booked one-way tickets t... Posted on 8/23/09 at 1:41 PM
Today, the Greater St. Cloud Development Corporation (GSDC) officially kicks off a joint effort with the City of St. Cloud and the St. Cloud Regional Airport to secure travel spending partnership agreements from regional businesses.
Minneapolis-St. Paul (MSP) International Airport’s Terminal 1-Lindbergh celebrates its 50th anniversary this month, a monument to the sweeping changes that have altered aviation, the airport and world as a whole in the past five decades.
With travel demand increasing, officials at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport (MSP) anticipate 5 to 7 percent more people will travel through MSP this Thanksgiving than did for the holiday in 2009.
At a Senate Commerce Committee hearing this week, U.S. Senator Amy Klobuchar called on the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) to better inform U.S. air travelers about new passenger screening and pat-down procedures.
The American Barnstormers Tour, a nostalgic salute to the barnstormers who ventured across America during the 1920s seeking fame and fortune in their biplanes, is scheduled to visit Iowa, South Dakota, North Dakota and Minnesota – including Alexandria – on their third biannual tour this summer.
The days of driving to the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport, only to discover en route that its two terminals are on entirely separate roadways with no signs to tell you which terminal your airline uses, are about to end.
Organizers of a flight to bring emergency supplies to Haiti prepared to load more than 500 pounds of medicine, rice, formula, tarps and sleeping bags into an airplane at the Alexandria Airport last Friday.
Here’s a chance to have a voice in the future of St. Cloud air service.
The St. Cloud Regional Airport has launched an air service survey, collecting data on local travel patterns that will be shared with prospective airlines to support new flight routes.
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