Minneapolis-Saint Paul Airport Information

Minneapolis St. Paul is the 15th busiest U.S. Airport. It serves over 33 million travelers and offers more than 130 nonstop flights. Delta is the primary airline for international flights from Amsterdam, Tokyo, London, Paris, and most major Canadian cities. National carriers include Delta, American, Spirit, United, Frontier, Southwest, and AirTran. The most traveled domestic flights include Denver, Atlanta, Chicago, Phoenix, Seattle, Los Angeles, Detroit and Milwaukee.

Minneapolis/Saint Paul International Airport is made up of two terminals. The Lindbergh Terminal is the largest with Concourses A through G. The Humphrey Terminal is essentially Concourse H. There is usually plenty of covered parking to help travelers cope with the often-snowy winters. To reach the airport, take I-494 from I-94. For the Lindbergh Terminal, take the Minnesota State Highway 5 exit. For the Humphrey Terminal, take the 34th Avenue exit.

The airport is served by city buses, shuttle buses, light rail and taxis. Two trams move people between the terminals and the Hub Building and the adjoining Transit Center. The Hiawatha Line light rail picks up passengers at the Hub Building and Humphrey Terminal. These trains take passengers to the Mall of America as well as Minneapolis.

Wi-Fi is offered for a fee in the airport. There are also several kiosks for internet access. Power seating in cafes and power poles at many gates offer free charging for laptops or phones. For fun, there are four arcades at the airport. These can be found on Concourse C, F, G and H. There is also a free children’s play area in Concourse C. Delta offers its Sky Club in the Airport Mall and in Concourse C. United Airlines hosts its United Club in Concourse E. There are many restaurants and cafes on every Concourse. A 39-space cell phone lot on Post Road offers a free place for friends/family to wait for arriving passengers.