Southern Snowstorm Brings Air Travel to a Standstill

A massive snowstorm in the Southern United States has created headaches for thousands of air travelers. While Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport remained open Sunday, hundreds of flights were canceled, with countless more facing substantial delays.

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Delta May Offer Refunds Over Airport Security Concerns

Delta Airlines is considering giving refunds to customers who cancel travel plans due to concerns over the new airport security measures.

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Holiday Theater in Minneapolis

Minneapolis (Minnesota) is not only a Delta hub, it’s also a theater Mecca. Whether you’re looking for traditional theater productions, experimental theater, or family theater, you’re sure to find it in Minneapolis’ eclectic arts scene. So, if you find yourself with an extended layover or a holiday break in Minneapolis, check out some of the area theater’s holiday offerings. Here are some suggestions to get you started. See each theater’s website for specific information on tickets and performance schedules.

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Google Chrome to Offer Free In-Flight Wi-Fi This Holiday Season

Google Chrome has teamed up with AirTran Airways, Delta and Virgin America to provide free Gogo In-flight Wi-Fi on all domestic flights between November 20th 2010 and January 2nd 2011!

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Delta Official Airline for Food Network NY Wine and Food Festival

Delta Air Lines is returning for its third year as the official airline of the Food Network New York Wine and Food Festival. The airline brings tastes from its roster of six consulting chefs to venues throughout the event, including the popular Delta Sky 360 Lounge. The sponsorship is part of Delta’s consistent investment in New York where it has expanded to be one of the city’s largest airlines.

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