How to Find Cheap Air Travel to/from Minneapolis-St. Paul
Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport (airport code MSP) is the busiest airport in the five-state region known as the Upper Midwest, and the terminal exit is thoughtfully located mere minutes from the Mall of America so you can begin spending money hand over fist almost immediately upon arrival. Minneapolis-St. Paul International is a major hub for Northwest Airlines, Champion Air, Sun Country Airlines and Northwest’s partners Mesaba Airlines and Pinnacle Airlines, so these are the carriers to check for special deals on tickets. The airport’s two terminals are named for famous Minnesotans – the Lindbergh Terminal (for aviator and eventual recluse Charles Lindbergh) and the Humphrey Terminal (for US Vice President Hubert Humphrey).
You will find a complete list of carriers serving Minneapolis-St. Paul International here and a flight tracker is available here for incoming and outgoing flights. A guide to getting through the airport is here. Your dining and shopping options are listed here, or you can select only the terminal you will be in so as not to be tempted by food or gifts that are too far away. The airport has posted rates for anyone wishing to use it for photo shoots or filming, so it must get frequent requests (or maybe that is wishful thinking?), and offers a fenced “pet relief” area outside door six on the baggage claim level of the Lindbergh Terminal. Other services include interpreter, emergency infant supplies, a family room for diaper changing and play, and free WiFi access through most areas of the Lindbergh Terminal. Ground transportation options are listed here, and maps and directions to the airport are available here. You can save time and money on Minneapolis airport parking by booking ahead.
Please check out our Minneapolis-St. Paul area deals to the right. They are updated daily.