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7:05 am - 10:48 amMSP-BOS
2h 43mnonstop
12:10 pm - 2:13 pmBOS-MSP
3h 03mnonstop
$97Sun Country Air
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Sat, Apr 27 - Tue, Apr 30
7:18 pm - 8:08 amMSP-BOS
11h 50m1 stop
9:08 am - 6:18 pmBOS-MSP
10h 10m1 stop
$98Frontier
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Thu, May 2 - Mon, May 6
7:05 am - 10:48 amMSP-BOS
2h 43mnonstop
9:08 am - 7:11 pmBOS-MSP
11h 03m1 stop
Sat, Apr 27 - Tue, Apr 30
7:59 pm - 11:49 pmMSP-BOS
2h 50mnonstop
8:14 am - 10:30 amBOS-MSP
3h 16mnonstop
$177Delta
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Sat, Jun 1 - Thu, Jun 6
11:05 am - 2:57 pmMSP-BOS
2h 52mnonstop
8:00 am - 10:18 amBOS-MSP
3h 18mnonstop
$182JetBlue
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Fri, May 3 - Thu, May 9
7:59 pm - 11:49 pmMSP-BOS
2h 50mnonstop
5:35 am - 9:19 amBOS-MSP
4h 44m1 stop
$186Delta
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Sat, Jun 1 - Thu, Jun 6
11:05 am - 2:57 pmMSP-BOS
2h 52mnonstop
8:00 am - 10:20 amBOS-MSP
3h 20mnonstop
$187JetBlue
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Fri, May 3 - Sun, May 5
5:44 pm - 1:01 amMSP-BOS
6h 17m1 stop
5:30 am - 1:03 pmBOS-MSP
8h 33m1 stop
$193American Airlines
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Mon, May 13 - Tue, May 21
5:55 pm - 12:52 amMSP-BOS
5h 57m1 stop
11:15 am - 4:22 pmBOS-MSP
6h 07m1 stop
$204American Airlines
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Wed, May 1 - Fri, May 3
7:46 am - 3:59 pmMSP-BOS
7h 13m1 stop
5:45 am - 10:45 amBOS-MSP
6h 00m1 stop
$206United Airlines
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Fri, Apr 26 - Sun, Apr 28

Flights from Minneapolis to Boston - Travel Insights & Trends

Get data-powered insights and trends into flights from Minneapolis to Boston to help you find the cheapest flights, the best time to fly and much more.

What’s the cheapest day of the week to fly from Minneapolis to Boston?

The average price of all flights from Minneapolis to Boston clicked on KAYAK for each day over the last 12 months.
When flying from Minneapolis to Boston, you should consider leaving on a Monday and avoid Saturdays if you are looking for the best rates. For your return to Minneapolis, you’ll find the best rates on Thursdays and the most expensive ones on Mondays.

What is the cheapest month to fly from Minneapolis to Boston?

To calculate monthly average prices, KAYAK takes all prices for each month over the last year for flights from Minneapolis to Boston, removes the top 0.1% to account for outliers, and then takes the median of all values for each month.
The cheapest month for flights from Minneapolis to Boston is January, where tickets cost $217 on average. On the other hand, the most expensive months are June and July, where the average cost of tickets is $308 and $298 respectively.

How far in advance should I book a flight from Minneapolis to Boston?

To calculate daily average prices, KAYAK takes all prices for each day before departure over the last year for flights from Minneapolis to Boston, removes the top 0.1% to account for outliers, and then takes the average of all the values for each month.
To get a below average price on the flight from Minneapolis to Boston, you should book around 1 week before departure. For the absolute cheapest price, our data suggests you should book 70 days before departure.

Which airlines provide the cheapest flights from Minneapolis to Boston?

The cheapest price for the route for each airline clicked by KAYAK users in the last 72 hours.
The best deals for a one-way ticket found by KAYAK users over the last 3 days were on Sun Country Air ($49) and Frontier ($55). The cheapest round-trip tickets were found on Sun Country Air ($97) and Frontier ($98).

Which airlines fly non-stop between Minneapolis and Boston?

Airline and price data is aggregated from results in KAYAK’s search results from the last 2 weeks for flights from Minneapolis to Boston.
There are 3 airlines that fly nonstop from Minneapolis to Boston. They are: Delta, JetBlue and Sun Country Air. The cheapest price of all airlines flying this route was found with Sun Country Air at $87 for a one-way flight. On average, the best prices for this route can be found at Sun Country Air.

How many flights are there between Minneapolis and Boston per day?

Each day, there are between 12 and 13 nonstop flights that take off from Minneapolis and land in Boston, with an average flight time of 2h 51m. The most common departure time is 7:00 pm and most flights take off in the morning. Each week, there are 90 flights. The most frequent day of departure is Friday, when 14% of all weekly flights depart. The fewest flights depart on a Saturday.

Which cabin class options are there for flights between Minneapolis and Boston?

The average price of flights for each cabin class for the route found by users searching on KAYAK over the last 2 weeks.
There are 4 cabin class options for the route. These are First, Business, Economy and Prem Economy. Perform a search on KAYAK to find the latest prices and availability for all cabin fares, which differ across airlines.

How long does a flight from Minneapolis to Boston take?

The average nonstop flight takes 2h 42m, covering a distance of 1,119 miles.

What’s the earliest departure time from Minneapolis to Boston?

Early birds can take the earliest flight from Minneapolis at 6:50 am and will be landing in Boston at 10:33 am.

What’s the latest departure time from Minneapolis to Boston?

If you prefer to fly at night, the latest flight from Minneapolis to Boston jets off at 8:00 pm and lands at 11:46 pm.

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January

High season

October

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$49
Best time to beat the crowds with an average 18% drop in price.
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When to book flights from Minneapolis to Boston

Are your dates flexible? Find out the best times to travel from Minneapolis to Boston based on our flight data from the last year. Discover the cheapest month and even day to fly.
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FAQs for booking flights from Minneapolis to Boston

  • Does Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) have an airport hotel?

    If you’re looking to stay at BOS, book a stay at the Hilton Boston Logan Airport. This establishment sits within airport grounds, and you can access it from Terminals A and E via the climate-controlled sky bridge. The establishment offers day rooms as well as overnight stays, and they also have an onsite restaurant.

  • Which airlines should I consider booking when flying from Minneapolis to Boston with my kids?

    Among the airlines along this route, JetBlue stands out as one that has some of the best onboard kid-friendly amenities. For instance, the airline provides priority boarding to all travelers accompanied with their young ones. Additionally, JetBlue is popular for having the most of extra legroom complementing the spacious seats in all its cabins.

  • Does Boston Logan International Airport offer accessible services?

    BOS is a barrier-free airport. Elevators are included in all terminals and garages and ramps curbside for access to and through the terminal building. Accessible and family restrooms are provided in all terminals, and there are reserved parking spots for passengers in wheelchairs. Services animals are allowed through the airport, and elevator buttons are braille-coded for low-vision passengers. TTY telephones, visual paging, and closed captioning on video announcements are provided at BOS for the hard-of-hearing passengers.

  • What is the best way to get out of Boston Logan International Airport?

    Blue Line Buses are the most affordable transport option from BOS to the city center as well as other parts of the city. From any airline terminal in BOS, connect to Blue Line Airport Station using the free Massport shuttle bus. You can use either shuttle bus Route 22, 33, or 55.

  • Does Boston Logan International Airport offer family services?

    Nursing suites are available in all terminals and offer changing tables, power outlets, sinks, and fold-down chairs. You’ll find nursing suites around Gates B37, B7, B18, C8, E31, and E9. If you need to soothe your baby, rest areas are provided in general seating areas, and rest areas feature rocking chairs. The airport also has a play area for the older kids; the Kid Ports are in every terminal, and you’ll find them around Gates 25, 18, and 30-36.

  • How can I catch up with earliest light from Minneapolis to Boston?

    You should consider spending the night before travel at one of the hotels closer to MSP if planning to travel with the earliest flight to Boston. A good hotel you may consider in this case is Hampton Inn & Suites Minneapolis-St.Paul-Airport. Apart from being near the airport, you will also enjoy free airport shuttles when connecting from this facility to the airport.

  • What are the transport options from Boston Logan International Airport?

    The Logan Express is a public bus that travels from BOS to the Boston metro area. You can board it from the airport’s terminals on the lowest levels. The MBTA also provides a bus, subway, and boat from the airport. The Blue line train and the Silver line bus are the quickest options for getting downtown. There’s also a commuter boat at BOS. Taxis are also available at the arrivals area of each terminal, and all are metered. BOS also has a rental car center, and Avis, Budget, Hertz, Enterprise, and National have counters here.

  • Does Minneapolis−Saint Paul International Airport (MSP) serve as a hub for any airline(s)?

    Yes. MSP serves as a hub for Delta and Northwest Airlines and a base for Sun Country Airlines. You stand better chances of getting a flight that suits in your schedule if you book any of these three airlines, thanks to their high frequency of daily flight to BOS from MSP.

  • How convenient is it to land at Boston Logan International Airport (BOS)?

    If your flight from MSP touches the ground at BOS late at night, you can spend the remaining hours of the night at Hilton Boston Logan Airport. The hotel is a walkable distance from the airport. However, you can connect to it using the free airport shuttles available at BOS 24/7.

  • Where can travelers landing at Boston Logan International Airport get rental cars?

    A number of rental car companies, including Enterprise, Budget, and Avis, are inside the Rental Car Center located within BOS. From the terminals, you can connect to this center using free rental car shuttle buses.

  • What is the cheapest flight from Minneapolis to Boston?

    In the last 3 days, the lowest price for a flight from Minneapolis to Boston was $49 for a one-way ticket and $97 for a round-trip.

  • Do I need a passport to fly between Minneapolis and Boston?

    No, a passport isn't needed to fly from Minneapolis to Boston. However, local authorities might ask for an official ID.

  • Which airports will I be using when flying from Minneapolis to Boston?

    Minneapolis airport is called Minneapolis St Paul and the only airport in Boston is Boston Logan Intl.

  • Which airlines offer Wi-Fi service onboard planes from Minneapolis to Boston?

    All the following airlines offer inflight Wi-Fi service on the Minneapolis to Boston flight route: Delta, JetBlue, Virgin Atlantic, American Airlines, Air France, KLM, Cape Air, Alaska Airlines, Spirit Airlines, and Horizon Air.

  • Which aircraft models fly most regularly from Minneapolis to Boston?

    The Airbus A321-100/200 is the aircraft model that flies most regularly on the Minneapolis to Boston flight route.

  • Which airline alliances offer flights from Minneapolis to Boston?

    SkyTeam, oneworld, and Star Alliance are the airline alliances operating flights between Minneapolis and Boston, with SkyTeam being the most commonly used for this route.

  • On which days can I fly direct from Minneapolis to Boston?

    There are nonstop flights from Minneapolis to Boston on a daily basis.

  • Which is the best airline for flights from Minneapolis to Boston, Delta or JetBlue?

    The two airlines most popular with KAYAK users for flights from Minneapolis to Boston are Delta and JetBlue. With an average price for the route of $329 and an overall rating of 8.0, Delta is the most popular choice. JetBlue is also a great choice for the route, with an average price of $228 and an overall rating of 7.6.

  • How does KAYAK find such low prices on flights from Minneapolis to Boston?

    KAYAK is a travel search engine. That means we look across the web to find the best prices we can find for our users. With over 2 billion flight queries processed yearly, we are able to display a variety of prices and options on flights from Minneapolis to Boston.

  • How does KAYAK's flight Price Forecast tool help me choose the right time to buy my flight ticket from Minneapolis to Boston?

    KAYAK’s flight Price Forecast tool uses historical data to determine whether the price for a flight to Boston from Minneapolis is likely to change within 7 days, so travelers know whether to wait or book now.

  • What is the Hacker Fare option on flights from Minneapolis to Boston?

    Hacker Fares allow you to combine one-way tickets in order to save you money over a traditional round-trip ticket. You could then fly to Boston with an airline and back to Minneapolis with another airline. Booking your flights between Minneapolis and BOS can sometimes prove cheaper using this method.

  • What is KAYAK's "flexible dates" feature and why should I care when looking for a flight from Minneapolis to Boston?

    Sometimes travel dates aren't set in stone. If your preferred travel dates have some wiggle room, flexible dates will show you all the options when flying to Boston from Minneapolis up to 3 days before/after your preferred dates. You can then pick the flights that suit you best.

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Top tips for finding a cheap flight from MSP to Boston

  • Looking for a cheap flight? 25% of our users found flights on this route for $132 or less one-way and $213 or less round-trip.
  • Minneapolis−Saint Paul International Airport (MSP) has two terminals, Lindbergh and Humphrey. Lindbergh is Terminal 1 and has seven concourses, while Terminal 2 only has one. The airport has a free tram service and light rail for travel between terminals and around the airport.
  • Flights from Minneapolis to Boston depart from Minneapolis−Saint Paul International Airport (MSP) and arrive at Boston Logan International Airport (BOS). When connecting to MSP from Downtown Minneapolis, Metro Blue Line buses provide the reliable and affordable means of transport. However, if you want to take the shortest time to arrive at the airport from downtown, you can use a taxi.
  • Pets are welcome to travel through MSP. Pets have both indoor and outdoor pet relief areas. You will find pet relief areas at MSP on the Connector Bridge, Concourse E, and outside doors 8 and 1.
  • Apart from BOS, some of the flights from Minneapolis to Boston arrive at Providence T.F. Green International Airport (PVD). Choosing to fly from MSP to PVD increases your chances of getting cheaper Minneapolis to Boston flight deals since this is a less popular route. Additionally, you enjoy shorter queues at the baggage claim areas at PVD unlike at BOS.
  • Around 656 kg of carbon is emitted per passenger on flights from Minneapolis to Boston. However, you can fly more sustainably with United Airlines, JetBlue, and American airlines. They offer flights that emit 53%, 51%, and 51% less carbon per passenger.
  • You can conveniently fly with your pet from Minneapolis to Boston. Before getting to your plane at MSP, utilize the pet relief area located near the entrance to Concourse E. All airlines flying along this route have friendly pet policies. When you land at BOS, you can have pet relieved at one of the pet relief areas in Terminals B and E. In Terminal E for instance, the pet relief area is located post-security near Gate E7.
  • Before your flight, you can unwind at the Delta and United Airlines lounges at MSP. Delta operates a members-only lounge on Concourses C and F, while United Airlines’ lounge on Concourse E is accessible by paying at the door and showing your flight ticket.
  • Set up shop at any of the business centers at MSP before your flight. The semi-private workstations offer desks, telephones, and data ports and are free. You’ll find them on Concourse A, B, C, and D in Terminal 1, and opposite Gate H3 in Terminal 2.
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Prefer to fly non-stop from Minneapolis to Boston?

Find which airlines fly direct from Minneapolis St Paul to Logan Intl, which days they fly and book direct flights.

Nonstop departures

Minneapolis St Paul to Boston Logan Intl

Monday

Aer Lingus, Air France, Delta, +11 more

Aer Lingus, Air France, +12 more

Tuesday

Aer Lingus, Air France, Delta, +10 more

Aer Lingus, Air France, +11 more

Wednesday

Aer Lingus, Air France, Delta, +10 more

Aer Lingus, Air France, +11 more

Thursday

Aer Lingus, Air France, Delta, +10 more

Aer Lingus, Air France, +11 more

Friday

Aer Lingus, Air France, Delta, +10 more

Aer Lingus, Air France, +11 more

Saturday

Aer Lingus, Air France, Delta, +9 more

Aer Lingus, Air France, +10 more

Sunday

Aer Lingus, Air France, Delta, +11 more

Aer Lingus, Air France, +12 more

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Nonstop returns

Boston Logan Intl to Minneapolis St Paul

Monday

Aeromexico, Air France, Delta, +9 more

Aeromexico, Air France, +10 more

Tuesday

Aeromexico, Air France, Delta, +8 more

Aeromexico, Air France, +9 more

Wednesday

Aeromexico, Air France, Delta, +10 more

Aeromexico, Air France, +11 more

Thursday

Aeromexico, Air France, Delta, +9 more

Aeromexico, Air France, +10 more

Friday

Aeromexico, Air France, Delta, +9 more

Aeromexico, Air France, +10 more

Saturday

Aeromexico, Air France, Delta, +8 more

Aeromexico, Air France, +9 more

Sunday

Aeromexico, Air France, Delta, +10 more

Aeromexico, Air France, +11 more

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Top 5 airlines serving from Minneapolis to Boston

 
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DeltaOverall score based on 11123 reviews
7.5food
7.9comfort
8.2boarding
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MSP to Atlanta was much better than Atlanta to St. Kitts. Paid $180 each for myself and wife for Delta comfort from Atlanta to St. Kitts. Seats were more narrow and obviously old and worn out. Tailbone is killing me. Seat would not recline. Seats behind reclined and we were not an exit row or in front of an exit row. Entertainment did not work in that the movie jumped forward and back and there was no audio. The plug in the arm rest was loose. Flight attendant tried “resetting” the video for my seat but no good. She never checked back. Someone else near me had the same issue. Touch screen was unresponsive. No where near as comfortable as MSP to Atlanta flight. 3 plus hrs. flight time without the basic amenities and not even remotely close to comfortable but paid for Comfort plus. I will be very disappointed if I have the same on my return “Comfort Plus” flight St. Kitts to Atlanta. At the very least my wife and I should be refunded for round trip “Comfort Plus” charges. Please feel free to contact me directly for more details.

10.0 ExcellentBill, Mar 2024MSP - ATL
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MSP to Atlanta was much better than Atlanta to St. Kitts. Paid $180 each for myself and wife for Delta comfort from Atlanta to St. Kitts. Seats were more narrow and obviously old and worn out. Tailbone is killing me. Seat would not recline. Seats behind reclined and we were not an exit row or in front of an exit row. Entertainment did not work in that the movie jumped forward and back and there was no audio. The plug in the arm rest was loose. Flight attendant tried “resetting” the video for my seat but no good. She never checked back. Someone else near me had the same issue. Touch screen was unresponsive. No where near as comfortable as MSP to Atlanta flight. 3 plus hrs. flight time without the basic amenities and not even remotely close to comfortable but paid for Comfort plus. I will be very disappointed if I have the same on my return “Comfort Plus” flight St. Kitts to Atlanta. At the very least my wife and I should be refunded for round trip “Comfort Plus” charges. Please feel free to contact me directly for more details.

The seats are too hard for long flights but otherwise- the process was smooth, the staff attentive, and there was to keep you occupied during the journey if needed.

Terrible. Delta delays caused us to miss our flight and they did nothing to fix it.

The A330-200 was showing its age but otherwise this was a pleasant flight with friendly crew. The meals/snack provided were pretty good.

Flight was on time and in fact arrived early. Seating was as comfortable as you can get in coach. Adequate leg room. Good entertainment system and offerings. Food was good. Flight staff was very good and accommodating.

The most unprofessional and disorganized experience I’ve ever had with an airlines. After the flight was diverted on the runway and we returned to the gate, there was no communication about the plans and it took an additional 5 hours to get set up with a hotel and a new flight, information that was not readily given to the passengers and mostly gotten second hand from what other passengers heard from each other. Based on this experience I cannot recommend flying delta again

I was traveling with my 85 years old grandma and 60 years old mother. Which I requested to get a wheelchair. I went to the Delta Kiosk and asked for a wheelchair.  They brought a wheelchair and 2 minutes (without exaggerating, time is important for me as I am well disciplined with a military background) later they said that the wheelchair belongs to American Airlines, so we need to switch it.  We were like where is the other one so my grandma can use it? They are like, "it's on its way, she has to wait for the other one" I asked them why does she have to wait? Is it ok for her to sit on this one when the other one arrives. Answer was "NO". I guess lack of common sense was the issue. I started to explain to the agent that she can not stand still or wait. Finally, someone said that in spanish "she can not stand, let's wait for the other one" . Delta's wheelchair came, without an attendant or helper. They brought that wheelchair and left it in the middle of the airport. Nobody seemed to care. I had to push her to the gate. Then they finally realized that "wait a minute, there is something wrong with that". So they send someone, who later started harassing us, to tell us how he works for cash tips. Then a "Private Security Interviewer" approached us. I think his name was Carlos (His descriptions - tall for an average worker, ginger curly hair, wears glasses, overweight). He did not represent himself. All he did was show his badge for two seconds and when (later on) I asked him what his name was, he said "I already told you at the beginning". At that point we were waiting to be called at the Delta Kiosk (this is prior to the Customs first check in point). So, Delta Airlines hired "Private security interviewers" to make sure that nobody brings anything illegally to the US. Which is great, makes me feel safe and secure. But, it does not serve the purpose. Let me explain to you why. These interviewers do not know what they are doing or saying and you can clearly see that. They think that they are CBP or Immigration officers. They will get angry If you ask them any questions. Then they will put all these stickers on the back of your passport like they caught "Pablo Escobar". At one point I was sarcastic and told the interviewer that "I like those stickers, It's my hobby and I am collecting them. Can I have more of those?"  and interviewers eyes and brain goes like "error 404". He did not know how to react or respond to that. Then he flags my itinerary on his iPad. Trying to give me a hard time since I asked him about his name, so I can call him by his name. But of course that did not change the fact that his lack of english made everything even harder. After 45 mins of wait and clearing the "Private Security Interviewer" you would think that we are going to be all set to depart. I was wrong. We waited in line to go through the security line, just like other citizens. No wheelchair, disability, seniority etc were important for her. They treat us like she is in her twenties.  On several occasions they forced her to stand up. She was like "I swear to God that I can not walk, my son I wish I could walk, but I can not". They did not seem like they cared. Then finally they realized that she is legit disabled. They let her pass on a wheelchair. At the gate, Carlos showed up to make sure that I am going through the secondary check. They pulled me to the secondary check. And started asking me about my luggage. My response was "I only have one carry-on bag, to make everyone's (including my life) life easier". They asked the same question over again "Sir, do you just have only one bag?" I replied saying "Yes". She did not believe me and said "Just only one". So, I thought she did not believe me and I said "Yes, Si, Si, solo uno". She looked at me and then turned to the agent (Carlos) and stared at him like "did you not ask him about his bags, did you not know that he only had one carry on?". I am sorry to say that but they just looked like a bunch of idiots who do not know what they are doing. Finally they released me after a minute of secondary check. Meanwhile everyone is boarding and my grandma is waiting on her wheelchair. Then we approached the gate agent and I asked her if I could sit next to my family, if they had any seats available. She replied that "I can not change any seat at the gate, I do not have any authority". I replied "I understood". We got on the plane last and I asked our flight attendant if I could change my seat to be next to my family. FYI, their seats were 10 B and C, mine was the 35 D. Meanwhile there were empty seats on 10 D and F. Even flight attendants surprisingly said that "why did she put you all the way back, while we had 1/2 full flight. I will go and ask her". Our flight attendant was great and he made sure that I am next to my family. He went above and beyond and he gave the closest seat to the. Flight was good. Delta Airlines failed to bring the wheelchair when we arrived. Excuse was "Gate changed, that is why". I walked outside and grabbed an empty wheelchair. I put my grandma and brought her to the Customs. Then a Delta Airline worker approaches me and says that you can not move this wheelchair, it belongs to the gate. We will bring you a new one. A CBP officer heard our conversation and jumped in and said, "wait a minute you want her (pointed my grandma) to wait here while you bring her wheelchair?". He (delta worker) responded "yes sir". But when he talks to me, no sir, nothing. The CBP officer goes "Nope, she is not waiting here and I will make sure to pull her wheelchair". If that officer was not there we probably would have had to wait and be forced to change the wheelchair. The CBP officer, again the CBP officer, not the Delta employee, pushed our wheelchairs to the gate. Sincerely,

The boarding agents appeared to do the minimum customer service. They did not appear to try to find solutions to problems.

Could not hear any of the announcements. The speakers seemed out of service. I wish the entertainment system would allow me to watch on my own iPad than the airplane ‘s old display.

The only real hiccups in the flight were things beyond Delta’s control - turbulence which delayed food service and a departure delay caused by some VIP plane which stopped all departures and landings for 30 minutes - and was never explained to us by the crew. Otherwise good flight. I would fly Delta again.

Delayed by almost an hour - I also noticed that all JetBlue flights departing from PBI were delayed yet the weather was perfect.

I loved the wifi, much better than Delta. Seats were old. and bathrooms dingy.

There was no wheelchair or wheelchair escort at the gate..unacceptable

Delayed 4 hours because of maintenance issue they knew about all day. Get another plane. Time is precious!

I liked that boarding and take off were timely despite a 15 minute delay due to weather. The pilot communicated with us the entire flight keeping us informed re: turbulance and slight delays on the runway after we landed.

Has been always great except flight cancelation in the past at very last minute waiting till 2am and we when have to beg for overnight accommodation

There were weather issues and coding problems whatever those refer to, but JetBlue, for two days in a row was unbelievably late. Several hours late, resulting in almost no sleep for passengers like me.

The plane was very hot. There were delays . Generally, the flight was great.

If jet blue is going to offer tv at every seat, fix the headphone connection so you can hear. Haven’t had a usable headphone jack in years

Plane is old and seats are worn. Add to it the plane was dirty. No plugs for laptop.

flight delays, staff only communicating when pushed, food service lasting a grand total of 7 minutes, stuck in seat from 45mins into flight until landing

Crew was great and did their best to make us comfortable and captain came out at the beginning to announce why the flight was delayed, weather situation up ahead, and kept us updated throughout the flight.

they made me check my carryon. There was space in the overhead bins.

Nice flight, nice crew but no cookie or napkin with my seltzer.

Trip was smooth bumpy from the wind but no issues at all the crew attendant was very pleasant and had great customer service

This was a Lufthansa flight. Disappointing main meal. Very rough over Canada and arrival at FRA. IFE was almost unusable.

It got me where I needed it to; not much more. It had no competition so that was why I chose it.

I liked everything about the flight. The service was excellent!

The customer service was excellent! Check-in, baggage check-in, boarding, the flight went very smooth.

The flight was delayed instead of leaving at 11 it left at 12.20

Average - flew with Jet Blue internal and it was far more comfortable and better food and entertainment. Notable difference

Flight from SBP to DFW 1. They rerouted us through PHX 2. Delayed flight out of SBP for 3 hrs so we missed our connection Downgrade on rerouted flight. Back of the plane, center seats, didn't sit together 4. Return flight out of DFW same exact thing. Delayed, missed connection, Downgrade + they lost our luggage! A complete mess.

On the new 319 NEO? seatback entertainment system did not work even when the flight attendant rebooted it. At least I had my cell phone to connect with wifi.

Good flights. Departure and arrivals were on time. DFW was a little problematic in that the Skytrain without prior notice bypassed the Echo terminal so that delayed my arrival at my connecting flight.

Do not eat the bagel! Otherwise, good albeit late, breakfast in first. Boarding downgrade only because flight was delayed due to plane change due to undisclosed problem with original aircraft. I did not use entertainment.

Because I can’t stand very long in one place, I was allowed to reword.

It was a good flight. Of course it was full, but it went well.

Overall the flights pretty good. The snacks we’re good and they were plenty of them. Both boarding and deplaning went quickly.

The flight was fine. All the delays and poor communication and customer service were the worst! We were supposed to arrive in London at 7:10 am. In stead we arrived at 1:30 pm. And now American Airlines refuses to make things right but only sent a canned apology after I contacted customer relations.

Horrible people at the gate, they force me to check in my carry on, even thought no one behind me has to do it. I had to get out of the airport in NY to get my bag and go thru security again on my way to Honk Kong. The worst part is the employee threatened me with loosing the flights if don’t comply.

A flight attendant appeared to not be in a good mood that served us; felt she was being short. Overhead announcements were very loud compared to other airlines and the message was not friendly and was a little confusing. This flight was particularly over all was not satisfying compared to previous Sun Country flights.

Airlines should have to add their fees to their fares

I am upset with the hidden fees for bringing on an overhead carryon onto flight and also having to pay for my seat selection. This should all be part of the original price of the ticket. Very poor customer service

Sun country Wi-Fi was not working. Flight was overbooked by two people. Had to pay extra for carryons day before flight and I don’t like hidden fees like that.

WiFi did not work. Woman flight attendant in the rear of the plane was moody.

Flight delayed over 3 hrs due to unexplained issue. No text message to notify.

Well we did not realize at first it was a ground transfer, but we really enjoyed it and would definitely recommend to friends and family. Our driver was awesome and the ride was wonderful. A bathroom on board would have been nice, but at least we were warned that there wasn't one so we went ahead of time.

We were on a fairly long flight and they offered nothing for a snack (unless you paid) and then quickly gave you a drink and were never to be seen again. I would have loved a refill on my water but that was not an option. The flight attendants were standing on ther phone when we boarded and left and never even greeted us. Any other flight I have been on they would have welcomed us on the plane and again greeted us as we got off. Our landline transfer from MSP to Rochester on the other hand was FANTASTIC! We would highly recommend!

Took forever to get the plane loaded and unloaded. Longest I have ever had. I was in the middle of the plane and it almost took a hour after landing to get off of the plane.

Our flight was delayed and there was no communication at the airport.

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