THE NEW FORTY Delta made me giggle...
Delta has a new safety video. I saw it for the first time on November 1, 2012 when I flew home from Orlando. I love the new video and I think you will too. It is filled with the standard information, ... Posted on 11/5/12 at 8:05 AM
ASTRO BOB Delta Aquarid meteor shower fires up for the weekend
It's not a big shower, especially for the northern half of the planet, but if you're up late this weekend and attentive, you'll see more meteors than usual flashing across the sky. The annual Delta ... Posted on 7/27/12 at 10:20 AM
A MINNESOTAN IN CHINA Hong Kong: From Me to You
Okay. So after Macau last week, now it's time to jump over to the other side of the delta to see the other recently-handed-over, former Western colony in these parts:
It's a place weve al... Posted on 4/14/12 at 9:47 AM
STAFF BLOG COMPASS POINTS WITH BRAD DOKKEN Delta Waterfowl offers tips for preparing ducks and geese
Ill admit I dont care for the taste of waterfowl, which is one of the reasons I seldom hunt ducks and geese anymore.
A news release from Delta Waterfowl hit my inbox this morning, though, and it desc... Posted on 2/1/12 at 12:05 PM
DRAGON NEWS A Homecoming Album
It was a picture-perfect Homecoming! Saturday's weather embraced our parade and the football game. Dragons were snapping at all kinds of eye candy. (Click on an image to enlarge.)
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Dutch police investigating how needles got into six turkey sandwiches on Delta Air Lines flights from Amsterdam to U.S. cities said Wednesday that the sandwiches and needles are being flown back to the Netherlands for tests.
Jim Tonjes was high above North America when he bit into a hot turkey sandwich aboard a Delta Air Lines flight and felt a sudden jab in the roof of his mouth. Glancing down, he noticed what looked like a sewing needle in the food. Another passenger on the plane reported the same thing.
The latest North Dakota Aeronautics Commission report says boardings were down by 52.6 percent in February, dropping from 458 in February 2011 to 217 this year. Devils Lake was the only airport in the state to show a decline in February.
A drunk Pinnacle Airlines flight attendant had a blood alcohol content more than twice the legal driving limit Sunday when she was taken off a Delta connecting flight at the Grand Forks International Airport.
Passengers said flight attendant escorted off plane The Federal Aviation Administration is investigating the circumstances that led to a Delta Airlines flight being canceled Sunday before departing Grand Forks International Airport for Minneapolis.
Great Lakes will replace Delta, which now flies to MSP via Hibbing The regional airline is taking over from Delta, which wants out of the market. As part of the deal, Thief River Falls area flyers will also get a shorter flight to the Twin Cities hub airport.
Two weeks ago, northwestern Minnesota residents received the bad news that Delta Airlines plans on pulling its commercial air service from Thief River Falls. But human air passengers aren’t the only concern. Efforts are ongoing to satisfy air cargo needs, too.
Delta Air Lines plans to pull out of two North Dakota cities and two in northwest Minnesota, along with 20 other small markets nationwide, the airline said Friday, citing low profits and low boarding numbers.
Some moves Delta will make, according to its chief financial officer, include hiking prices to recapture the full cost of fuel; reducing system capacity by 4 percent, with trans-Atlantic flights down 8 percent to 10 percent; and retiring 130 of the least fuel-efficient and most maintenance-intensive aircraft over the next 18 months.
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