The Sioux Falls Regional Airport is on its way to becoming one of the top travel destinations. With the new parking garage project taking shape, you can expect more travelers heading to Sioux Falls.
A convenient airline that flies to and from Sioux Falls is Frontier Airlines. They normally have great deals on flights that take you to cities like Las Vegas, Denver, and Atlanta. But the next time you fly with Frontier Airlines in Sioux Falls, you'll notice a major change that can impact your vacation.
Luggage is essential when it comes to traveling. Normally at the Sioux Falls Regional Airport, you have to check-in your luggage at least 30 to 45 minutes prior to your flight. Frontier Airlines is changing its rules when it comes to getting your baggage on the plane.
Beginning Wednesday, August 16th, Frontier Airlines passengers must check-in and drop off their bags 60 minutes prior to their flight departure.
Officials with Frontier Airlines explain to its loyal customers that they "continue to be committed to getting you and your bags to your destination without interruption." The previous time to check-in and drop off your luggage with Frontier Airlines was 45 minutes.
If you know someone who tends to run a little bit behind schedule, this could determine whether you arrive at your destination or miss the plane. Might be a good idea to set your alarms before you fly!
Wondering about other departure information before you fly out of the Sioux Falls Regional Airport? Click here for more information. Safe travels!
9 Sioux Falls Streets Visitors Have A Hard Time Pronouncing
If you are visiting or new to Sioux Falls
and trying to find your way around, chances are you really don't need to pronounce street names correctly. All you have to do is enter your destination into Google Maps and your phone will show you the way.
But what if you are trying to tell someone where your cool friend or family member lives in our fine city? Some of our streets and avenues have tricky spellings that may throw visitors for a loop when trying to sound them out.
No one is going to mess up on the big thoroughfares like Minnesota Avenue, Western Avenue, or Louise Avenue but what about these?
The Best Truck Stop Food in South Dakota, Iowa and Minnesota
One of the best parts of any road trip is a stop at a truck stop. Whether you call them, travel centers, convenience stores, or just a gas stations; these oases are so interesting and fun.
In the middle of nowhere, you find the island of pavement, pumps, and people; getting gas, some rest, and fuel for themselves, AKA some classic truck stop food.
I'm partial to a Love's Truck Stop
. They are usually big and well-managed. And as a connoisseur of gas-station coffee, Love's is one of the best. Plus, they have some delicious hot dogs.
I'm not the only one that enjoys a stop at a truck stop for good eats. The food blog LoveFood.com
dug through user reviews to find the best truck stop food in each state.