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  • LHR-LAS via MSP
    Sep 21, 2013
    Once I have cleared customs at MSP do I need to check my bag in again or is there a bag drop for connecting flights? Also is the connecting flight from the same terminal?


    It's a Delta flight.


    Interntial arrials are being processed at Terminal 1 (Lindbergh) in the arrivals facility; after baggage recheck, proceed to your connecting gate. Note: Delta,which has a Help desk near gates C2, C13, F1 & G10, uses Terminal 1 Concourses A - G (with corresponding gates). The overhead screens will indicate flight and gate numbers.


    Yes, there will be a bag drop once you clear customs. Yes, everything will be in the Lindbergh terminal.


  • Best place to meet between two terminals
    Sep 6, 2013
    Hi, My sister and I will be travelling on same day. She is taking Sun Country where as I would be taking Delta.Both of them land on different terminals. Delta will land on Terminal 1 where as Sun Country will land on Terminal 2. Can I take light rail and go to terminal 2 and her gate. I dont think I can go and receive her at gate as I will have to go through security. Should see come to baggage. Will I be able to meet her at baggage via light rails if she comes down there.She is new to US and won have phone.


    No, you cannot go to her gate. The best place to meet her is at the Humphrey Terminal Sun Country baggage claim.


  • which concourse
    Aug 11, 2013
    Im flying in from yyz to msp, and connecting to Phx from msp. Which concourse level does delta fly out of to go to Phx?


    MSP-PHX can operate from the low end of C, or anywhere in D, F, or G.


  • Delta Concourse
    Apr 1, 2013
    What concourse does Delta typically use out of MSP for a flight to Detroit?


    Can be pretty much anywhere in C, D, F, or G.


  • Skywest Delta connection.
    Feb 5, 2013
    I'm booking a flight for my sister who is not comfortable traveling. My question is: do the SkyWest Delta Connection flights depart from the same terminal at the regular Delta flights.


    Delta and Delta Connection share the same check-in counters at every airport they operate from.


  • check point
    Nov 25, 2012
    how long will the security check points wait time be at 530 am tomorrow


    Long. Security lines are always long early in the morning, and especially so the sunday after thanksgiving. If you're flying out of terminal 2 - humphrey, there's only one checkpoint. If you're flying out of terminal 1 - lindberg (most major airlines except southwest) you get a choice. It will probably help to look at an airport map while reading this. Checkpoint 3 is employees only, so that's out. If you're first class or elite, you can use checkpoint 4, although even that sometimes gets backed up. I generally prefer checkpoints 1 and 2 over checkpoints 5 and 6. 1 and 2 are smaller than 5 and 6 (6 is the biggest), but also less popular, because of where the check-in desks are placed. If your flight leaves from concourse A, B, C, D or E (plenty of delta flights and almost all non-delta flights), there's no reason not to walk down the ticketing area towards checkpoint 1 or 2, since you'll just have to make the same walk on the other side of security if you go through 5 or 6. The other options is the skyway checkpoint, which is accessible in the back of the parking deck. There is no way to check baggage if you go to this checkpoint, but if you only have carry-on bags, and your flight leaves from A, B, C or G concourses, it is worth considering.


  • Between B and G
    Nov 25, 2012
    fastest route between terminal B and terminal G?


    1. At MSP, The the upper level is surrounded on three sides by Concourses A through G - Concourses E & F are in the center with Concourse D, C, A & B to the right and Concourse G to the left. 2. Concourses C & A are served by a tram; a connector between Concourses C & A connects to Concourse B by a short tunnel; and the Concourse Connector Bridge connects Concourses G & C.


    As soon as you leave your immediate gate area, there will be overhead signs pointing you towards the fastest way to get to each gate/concourse. The signs are really well thought-out, placed frequently, including at any major junction, and will reliably point you towards the fastest route. Your best route will probably be as follows: Turn right out of your B gate and head towards concourse C. Continue on concourse C to the concourse connector bridge. Turn left and walk across the concourse connector bridge. When you get to concourse G, either turn right or left, depending on your gate number. If you're at a really low-numbered G gate, it might make sense to instead take the tram which runs along concourse C to the C1 stop, and go via the main airport mall. You'd have the advantage of a tram, which is faster than moving walkways, for your journey along concourse C, but there aren't any moving walkways on the mall, as there are on the concourse connector. Other than that, it's just a matter of doing two sides of a rectangle vs. the other two sides.


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