Air travel was cut down dramatically because of the pandemic during the construction project.
The airline industry has taken a massive hit from the pandemic.
Its Amsterdam route is resuming.
It's the latest round of layoffs affecting airport employees due to declining air travel amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
"Never in the history of aviation and the hospitality industry, have we experienced such catastrophic customer traffic declines."
He made a brief stop at the Twin Cities airport en route to Mankato.
Barrio, Stone Arch and Lake Wine could see permanent layoffs.
Airlines already require travelers wear masks on planes.
The airline has taken a massive hit from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Travel is expected to increase in July.
Airlines aren't making this specifically clear, despite the government clarifying the law.
MSP Airport got the largest amount, unsurprisingly.
Flights and passenger numbers have plunged at the Twin Cities Airport.
The move comes as air traffic out of the airport as plummeted in light of COVID-19.
The new policy is for those with flights booked in April and May 2020.
The COVID-19 outbreak has created huge uncertainty in the airline industry.
The mandatory screening for 26 of 28 countries didn't begin until March 14.
The government has imposed a travel ban on flights to mainland Europe.
The 59-year-old would go to great lengths to disguise his intentions.
People are thinking twice about travel as the COVID-19 virus spreads.
The Twin Cities airport is the best for its size in the U.S.
Airlines are under pressure right now because of the coronavirus.