I always say that driving to the airport is the part to be afraid of & other travel news!

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I just don’t get people’s fear of flying! The part you should be scared out of your wits about is the driving TO the airport part. I mean take a look at the photo above and now please read THIS news piece from my local WNDU station of what happened right outside my hometown SBN airport.

So what else is going on in travel news? Let’s take a look:

  • Delta does right by a young boy HERE (wish they would do the same with Delta DieMiles)!
  • Pinnacle Airlines is on it’s way out of bankruptcy and MEM is HERE
  • Wahoo – The airlines are making money is HERE
  • DAL is to be inline with expectations is HERE
  • I will never use a hotel room drinking glass again is HERE

So there are some of the latest travel & Delta headlines. Any other news worthy of our time? Be sure to include a link below on the blog in your comments! – René

 

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  1. Driving to the airport IS the most dangerous part of the trip. Especially if you have to drive to Detroit Metropolitan Airport (DTW). Michigan drivers tend to think the speed limit on any freeway is 90 miles an hour.

    I live in NW Ohio near Toledo. It takes me 10 minutes to get the state line with Michigan. Then if you drive to keep up with traffic you will be at Metro in 35 minutes. If you drive the speed limit it will take you about a hour and 15 minute instead of 45.

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