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Reno Airport Adds Weekly Flight to Minneapolis

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The Reno-Tahoe International Airport has announced a new weekly non-stop flight to Minneapolis on Delta Air Lines starting June 7, 2014.

Tickets are now available for the Saturday-only service that will run from June 7th until September 27th.

"Minneapolis is a great addition to our list of hub airports and provides terrific connections across the country and across the world," Marily Mora, AAE, President/CEO of Reno-Tahoe International Airport said. "But now that we have landed this service again for our community, it is very important for our region to support the flight and fill the seats."

Delta will depart Minneapolis at 9:30am and arrive in Reno at 11am. It will then depart Reno at noon and arrive in Minneapolis at 5pm.

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