With another snowstorm moving through, we’re at that point of winter where a lot of us just want to run away -- or fly away.
The Transportation Security Administration said Sunday, Jan. 3, marked the highest number of passengers since the pandemic began.
As travel projections forecast an increase in flights this month at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport, airport leaders are rolling out additional safety measures for travelers amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
More than 300 flights were cancelled at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport Wednesday as a winter storm pounded the Twin Cities area.
Traveling took a hit this year amid the pandemic, and officials expect travel levels at Minneapolis-St. Paul Airport won't fully bounce back until 2024.
Much of Minnesota experienced an October-like day Wednesday as high temperatures passed 50 degrees in parts of the state.
The construction project that closed ramps and highways near MSP Airport over the last seven months is coming to an end this week, MnDOT announced Monday.
By the end of year, Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport will have a new signature piece of art in Terminal 1 for travelers to experience.
The next time you fly from Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport, you will notice ramped up virus mitigation efforts, including antimicrobial bins at security checkpoints.
MSP Airport was busier this holiday weekend than it has been for the last few months, but airport officials aren’t sure this is part of a long-term trend.
Ahead of the Labor Day weekend, it’s a different scene at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport compared to recent months amid the pandemic.
Wind speeds peaked at 55 miles per hour in the Twin Cities metro area Thursday morning.
Starting in September, Minnesota travelers once again will be able to apply for their REAL ID at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport.
The number of passengers and flights at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport are slowly increasing, but are still well below normal.
Starting Monday, more stores are requiring everyone to mask up before going inside.
Face coverings will be required at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport starting Monday, July 27, the Metropolitan Airports Commission announced.
Minnesota airports will receive more than $42 million in FAA grants, the U.S. Department of Transportation announced Tuesday.
A 28-year-old doctor from Pakistan, who formerly worked as a researcher at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, has been indicted by a federal grand jury for attempting to provide material to support the terrorist group ISIS.
As the COVID-19 crisis continues, MSP Airport is dealing with a major decline in passengers. Traffic at the airport has dropped nearly 94 percent since February. Metropolitan Airports Commission CEO Brian Ryks joined the Morning Buzz to talk about safety measures in place, what flying could look like in our "new normal", and how long it could take the airport to recover.
Delta will soon be requiring all travelers to wear a mask or face covering on their flights, according to a company update released Thursday.