KARE 11: Looking at the history of Northwest Airlines

By Belinda Jensen
Kare 11

El-Hai Non-Stop coverGOLDEN VALLEY, MInn. -- Minnesota author Jack El-Hai talks about his new book Non-Stop: A Turbulent History of Northwest Airlines on KARE Saturday.

The book features accounts of the individuals who helped to give the airlines its unique character, as well as detailed look into everything from airline food and advertising, to smoking regulations and labor relations.

Watch the interview here.

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