Some high priced jets from all over the country have been coming and going all weekend long at the St. Cloud Regional Airport. They're bringing passengers to Minnesota for the events surrounding the Super Bowl in downtown Minneapolis.
Look for a lot of extra traffic in the skies over St. Cloud the rest of this week. St. Cloud Regional Airport Director Bill Towle says, as of Monday, over 40 planes have confirmed they're coming here for the Super Bowl. And, he says a few more should trickle in the rest of this week.
A long trip home got a lot longer Monday for some weary travelers. Two Sun Country Airlines planes that were supposed to land at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport got rerouted here to St. Cloud Regional Airport, due to the snowstorm in the Twin Cities.
You can fly to Florida out of the St. Cloud Regional Airport starting this fall. Allegiant Airlines announced Tuesday they will be offering nonstop service from St. Cloud to Florida via the Punta Gorda Airport, which is near Fort Meyers.