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keep the prices cheap and I will keep being a customer.
Good flight. To day and thanks
The staff was e tremly kind and helpful to my son and i. I'm a new fan of Delta.
Love not paying for luggage! Staff really was extra friendly
Not being able to select seats was the only downside. It made for a very disorganized loading.
Seats need to be a lttle bit wider for us men who are 40 plus waist Line.
I Loved It.
It was the first time my grandchildren were on a plane and the co pilot and pilot greeted them and gave them wings they were so happy. I would like to say thank you again
Love Delta airlines
|Origin||Minneapolis - St. Paul|
|Number of Daily Flights||9|
|Earliest Flight Departure Date||May 20|
|Latest Flight Departure Date||May 21|
|Popular Airlines||Delta Air Lines|
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