The plane was broke down at the gate had to wait 2hours no hot water for tea
Both flights were smooth and not as turbulence as the pilot said. Very happy it was smooth flights.
Thank you for always having a wheel chair ready for my husband.
The staff on DL5324 was AMAZING
Please update your seats. Too small, not comfortable
Staff was very professional & courteous
Good flights all the time with Delta
The aircraft was very dated
Waited for duel on tarmac for an hour.
No frills but got where I needed to be on time with minimal issues
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Covering four counties in Southeastern Iowa and Northwestern Illinois, the Quad Cities beckon people who are looking to enjoy the Mississippi, the vibrant arts scene, and excellent vineyards. Flights to the Quad Cities land in Moline, Illinois at Quad City International (MLI), making traveling in and around the area an easy and quick prospect. Whether you are hoping to stay in Moline (or East Moline), set out for Rock Island, or travel up to Davenport or Bettendorf in Iowa, adventure and awaits you.
Many hotels in the Quad Cities have partnered with the airport to make transportation as convenient. Participating hotels and their airport shuttles are just a two-digit call from designated phone banks. Private taxi companies have published rates for areas throughout the Quad Cities, so you know ahead of time how much traveling to your destination will cost. The RIM Rural Transit works in combination with the MetroLINK system for navigation to and from the more distant locations, and rental cars are available for people arriving from Quad Cities flights.
Once you've settled into your hotel, the Quad Cities are yours to explore. Whether you are inclined toward gaming, or just interested in a scenic dinner cruise, the riverboats plying the Mississippi River are an excellent way to learn more about the history of the cities while having fun on a picturesque voyage. Trails run along the Mississippi, and hikers and bicyclists have more than 100 miles of trails that run throughout the cities. Or, you can visit the Figge Art Museum—its more than 3,500-piece collection in Davenport is sure to wow. Meanwhile, the oenophile in you will love discovering the vineyards and tasting rooms that dot the cities.
Have you already decided to plan your escape? Travelocity makes it inexpensive and easy to fly to the Quad Cities even if you are on a budget. You can save up to $537 when you book a hotel and flight at the same time, so choose your favorite Quad Cities vacation package and book your trip today!