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Here are today’s lunchtime travel and blog headlines from around the web and interweb:

Happy Monday everyone!

 

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René de Lambert is a contributing writer and the founder of RenesPoints. He is an avid Delta and SkyTeam flyer who has held Delta’s top Diamond Medallion status for many years and flown millions of miles.

3 Comments

    • @mojo – Grrr fixed. See what happens when you don’t fly for a year and your fingers just type LHR. Thanks – René

  1. I enjoyed flying on turboprops and I kind of miss them. Not that long ago I flew on a Great Lakes Aviation Beechcraft 1900D, but Great Lakes stopped flying about three years ago. Midwest Express Connection flew a lot of 1900Ds, and Northwest Airlink had quite a few Saab 340s. I guess Midwest Airlines is trying to make a comeback, but the first plane painted with their new livery was a CRJ-200. 🙁

    https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/01/09/as-recovery-begins-new-competitors-see-potential/
    https://flymidwestexpress.com/

    BTW, I clicked on the Amazon link, but it took me to “lighting deals sale.”

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