If you've been itching to get to Minneapolis-St. Paul without the long drive you're in luck. The Quad Cities International Airport reps announced Delta Air Lines will resume twice daily flights from Quad Cities to Minneapolis-St. Paul starting June 5.

This is good news for those who are ready to travel again and good news for the QC International Airport who reported last month was one of the strongest months since the pandemic started with more than 36,000 travelers. I was one of them. Even though we still have to wear masks in the airport and on the plane it felt good to be traveling again.

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Checking local flights I found pretty reasonable fares too. A one-way flight will run you anywhere from $139 to $237. We're lucky here in the Quad Cities. It's completely up to the airlines to decide when and where to offer flights. Some airports haven't had regular flights like this restored yet.

For more information about flights and services, visit the Quad Cities International Airport website

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