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Southwest comes to Minneapolis

The Star Tribune reported Sunday about the newest airline to Minneapolis. St. Paul International, Southwest Airlines.
The Star Tribune reported that before the first flight left for Chicago at 6:30 a.m. Sunday morning, passengers performed a small song and dance to commemerate the maiden voyage.
The new airline boasts no baggage fees, open seating, leather seats, good service, and free wireless internet, the Tribune reports.
Southwest is based in Dallas and will run eight flights a day to Chicago from MSP, the Tribune said.
The Pioneer Press also ran a small article on the airline, citing how the airline has already driven down fares across the board.