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Frontier Airlines Resumes Flights Between Fargo and Denver

The airline hasn't had a Fargo-Denver flight since 2015

FARGO, N.D. —¬†Frontier Airlines is back in Fargo– its first direct flight from Denver since 2015 arrived this afternoon. It joins United as the two carriers that offer service from Fargo to Denver. Frontier has operated on and off at Hector International Airport over the past 40 years. The airline said in a statement they are “pleased to return to…

Hector International Airport To Begin Construction On Skyway In 2019

it's expected to be completed in 2020

FARGO, N.D. —¬†In the next few years, you won’t have to walk outside to get from the parking lot to your terminal at Hector International Airport. The Airport will start construction in early 2019 on a skyway costing between $13-15 million. But get this, it won’t cost taxpayers a single cent. “The skyway is eligible for 90 percent of federal…

Minneapolis-St. Paul Airport Helping People with Special Needs Take to the Skies

There is hope and help for families feeling grounded by fear. KMSP Fox 9's Amy Hockert has this special report.

MINNEAPOLIS — Flying is stressful and it can be even harder if you’re traveling with someone who has special needs. There is hope and help, though, for families feeling grounded by fear through a new program in Minneapolis that’s looking to be a national model. When you’re little, life is full of unexpected moments. When you’re little and you have…

AAA: Tuesday May be the Worst Travel Day of the Thanksgiving Holiday Week

They say nearly four million people will fly to their destinations and airline industry officials say there are still some last minute deals out there if you do a little digging

  NATIONAL — When it comes to traveling for your Thanksgiving vacation, there is some good news and then there’s the bad news. Perhaps we could just say the good news…and then maybe the not-so-good news to put a positive spin on it. AAA says nearly 51 Americans are traveling on the road, on the rail, by air or by…

Senator Franken Introduces T.I.C.K.E.T.S. Act, Guarantees a Boarded Airline Passenger Their Seat

The bill also requires flight crews to check in to a flight at least 60 minutes prior to boarding

  NATIONAL — Senator Al Franken says he wants to stop airlines from booting paying air passengers from their seats. This comes after video of a man being forcibly dragged off a United Airlines flight was released and caused a nationwide outcry. Franken helped introduce a bill, called the T.I.C.K.E.T.S. Act, which stands for Transparency, Improvements, and Compensation to Keep…