The days of non-stop airline flights to practically everywhere are long gone in St. Louis.
The need to book connecting flights can mean a 6.am flight from St. Louis to make connections.
For passengers who prefer a Bloody Mary before a flight, that meant prohibition since the bars at the airport couldn’t open before 6.am.
Missouri state legislators seem to have noticed.
If the governor signs it, a new bill allows Lambert Airport bars to open at 4.am, meaning a 6.am traveler arriving at Lambert the recommended two hours early, can have that Bloody Mary.
- Bob Hamilton, KMOX News