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Minneapolis-St Paul MSP Airport Overview

Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport MSP serves Minnesota's Henneqpin County and its twin cities Minneapolis & St. Paul.  It is the largest and busiest airport of the upper Midwest region (including Minnesota, Iowa, South Dakota, North Dakota & Wisconsin), and MSP has been ranked as one of best large airports in the U.S. and the world by customer satisfaction surveys. The Airport is operated by the Metropolitan Airports Commission.

MSP Airport (with 2 terminals at different locations), is centrally situated within a 30-minute drive of both downtown Minneapolis and St. Paul, and is within easy reach of the surrounding suburban cities and towns. It is accessible via closeby Interstate Hwy 494 via new interchange between I-494 & 34th Avenue, and by Route 5. 

With four runways and an estimated passenger count 33 million a year, Minneapolis-St. Paul International is the third-largest hub for Delta, & Delta Connection partners Compass & Pinnacle - both of which have headquarters there) served by a host of major airlines offering direct and connecting flights to all points of the globe.  Currently Delta is MSPs dominant Airline.

Minneapolis-St. Paul Airport has two passenger terminals  - Lindbergh Terminal 1 and the small Humphrey Terminal 2.
NOTE: As the Lindbergh & Humphrey terminals are NOT connected by a shared roadway system, determine first from which terminal your flight departs - then watch for roadway signs to point you to the right terminal.  (For GPS directions use Zip Code 55111 for Terminal 1 and 55450 for Terminal 2).

Future Airport developments:  Under the so-called 'MSP 2020 Vision', the following improvements are to be done in stages (no time schedule has yet been announced):
1. The Lindbergh Terminal 1 will be the exclusive terminal for Delta and other SkyTeam airlines; its lobby & baggage claim areas will be reconfigured; a parking ramp will be added; Concourses C & E are be converted into regional jet terminals; and Concourse G will have an international facility .
2. The Humphrey Terminal 2 is to be used for all non-SkyTeam airlines;  it will get an expansion to 27 gates; an added parking ramp, and a new Concourse H (to be built at the former NWA Building B site).



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