The Twin Cities-based site has weathered the COVID storm despite the major hit to the travel industry.
Western Minnesota has bore the brunt so far, but it'll get worse in the east later Wednesday.
No travel advisories are starting to be issued across Minnesota.
The change doesn't apply to basic economy or flights booked from outside North America
The money will be used for marketing efforts to attract people to Minnesota's hard-hit tourist spots.
It went into effect as soon as the city finished installing its new gateway signs.
It's the only major U.S. airline that's still not selling middle seats to provide social distancing among travelers.
"If you can't bubble yourself," Osterholm says, don't go home.
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The airline says they've been added to its no-fly list.
Health experts have advised against traditional family gatherings during the holidays.
The airline industry has taken a massive hit from the pandemic.
The BWCAW came in at No. 5 on the new list.
Its Amsterdam route is resuming.
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The airline has permanently eliminated change fees, among other pandemic-related changes.
Barrio, Stone Arch and Lake Wine could see permanent layoffs.
Minnesota was on the list for one week.
Minnesota has now reached the COVID-19 quarantine threshold, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced.
It is the only Minnesota hotel on the list of the Top 10 Resort Hotels in the Midwest.
AAA predicts a 15 percent decline in overall summer travel
Travel is expected to increase in July.
Explore Minnesota said people are ready, but cautious, about travel amid the COVID-19 pandemic.