Distance from CBD
19km to Minneapolis and 13km to Saint Paul
Around $51.48 to CBD
Metro Transit connects Minneapolis Airport with Minneapolis and Saint Paul via the Light Rail Transit (LRT) service and a public bus network. The LRT station at Terminal 1 is located between the blue and red parking ramps below the Transit Centre. At Terminal 2, the LRT station is on the north side of the orange parking ramp. The public bus service stops outside the Transit Centre on Level 1 of Terminal 1.
There are car rental companies located in both Terminals 1 and 2. In Terminal 1, car rental offices are on the second and third levels between the blue and red parking ramps. In Terminal 2, head to the Ground Transport Centre on the ground floor. Companies available include Alamo, Avis, Budget, Dollar, Enterprise, Hertz and National. You can book your car online to guarantee availability.
Check-in counters are located on Level 2 of Terminal 1, west of the green and gold parking ramps, and on Level 1 of Terminal 2, directly across from the purple parking ramp.
Travelex currency exchange desks are located in the ticketing lobbies of both Terminal 1 and Terminal 2. There are also ATMs conveniently located throughout both terminals. Alternatively, you can pre-purchase your US dollars in the form of cash or a MasterCard Cash Passport from Travel Money OZ.
Minneapolis Airport is home to the MSP Airport Conference Centre, offering conference rooms, private workstations, AV equipment, administrative services, voice conferencing capability and catering. The centre also provides 'on the go' services like copying, printing, faxing, scanning and postage. You can find the MSP Airport Conference Centre in Terminal 1 on the Mezzanine Level.
There is fee-based WiFi access available in both terminals, after security screening. There are also internet kiosks available in Concourses C through G.
Baby changing facilities are available throughout the airport, both before and after security screening.
United Club - The United Club lounge can be found in Concourse E, between Gates E6 and E8. The lounge offer telephones, computers, WiFi access, free snacks and beverages, reading material and televisions. The lounge is open to United Club Members, United Business and First Class passengers and eligible Star Alliance Gold members.
Delta Sky Club - There are two Delta Sky Clubs located within Minneapolis Airport - one in Concourse C and one between Concourses F and G. The lounges offer eligible travellers a range of benefits including a fully stocked bar, complimentary snacks, free WiFi, satellite TV, business cubicles, reading material and personalised flight assistance. It is open to Delta Sky Club members, SkyTeam Business Class and First Class passengers, eligible SkyTeam frequent flyer members, and buyers of one-day or 30-day passes.
Transit between Terminal 1 and Terminal 2 can be done via the Light Rail Transit service, which is free for the inter-terminal journey. Alternatively, there is a complimentary shuttle bus service which leaves from the Ground Transportation Centre at Terminal 1, and the ground level of the purple parking ramp at Terminal 2.
Minneapolis Airport is serviced by many different international airlines. Please refer to the below list for more information on the airlines that fly to Minneapolis.