Author Archives: Lisa Schwarz
We’re starting out today with another reader question about St. Cloud’s new flights to Central Florida.
Question: Hello, I travel often to Fort Lauderdale and am wondering how easy it will be to get connecting flights to FLL from … Hit the jump to read the rest
A reader contacted me last week to find out why two Allegiant Air flights didn’t go as planned:
Major events and (to my memory) all foreign Olympic games spark travel advisories. … Hit the jump to read the rest
It’s time for another round of Stump the Travel Columnist. First up? A question from a local reader who wants a read on St. Cloud’s new destination option.
Question: I read your article (about taking Allegiant’s first St. Cloud-Sanford, Fla., … Hit the jump to read the rest
A winter storm bearing down on the northeastern United States had already caused more than 1,000 flight cancellations by Thursday morning.
Most major airlines are waiving fees to change tickets for travelers who can tinker with their itineraries. And even … Hit the jump to read the rest
A German leisure carrier has announced it will add nonstop flights between Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport and Frankfurt, Germany, starting June 26.
Condor Flugdienst (“just call me Condor”) will fly the route with Boeing 767-300s on Mondays and Thursdays through … Hit the jump to read the rest
A year ago this week, Allegiant reopened the skies over St. Cloud to scheduled commercial flights.
This week, they’re doing it again with a new route that will bring Florida closer to Central Minnesota travelers.
And like last year, I’ll … Hit the jump to read the rest
Dear Santa —
Please bring me a Nomad Lightning Cable for my keyring so I can charge my new Apple gear on the road without a whole tangle of cord and wall plug.
Sometimes, a marketing ploy is actually a godsend.
If you’re traveling with kids this month and flying through Dallas’s Love Field, Atlanta, Denver, Tampa Bay, St. Louis and delay-prone Chicago Midway, this is one of those times.
Just as the holiday season can make or break a retailer, all eyes are on airports at this time of year.
While the people who manage U.S. airports expect to see TV footage of long lines at security this week, … Hit the jump to read the rest