Minneapolis-St Paul MSP Airport Terminal Map Overview

Main Terminal / Concourses at Minneapolis-St Paul MSP Airport

MSP Passenger Terminal Layout, Getting Around*, International Arrivals; and Terminal Details (* Getting around includes
terminals & concourse connections; Transport & Transit Centers; light rail to Minneapolis;  Global Entry/ security checkpoins /TSA, & Delta Customers):


The passenger terminal complex at Minneapolis St. Paul Airport consists of Lindbergh Terminal 1 and Humphrey Terminal 2 - divided by a runway and connected by the free underground light rail between their respective light rail stations, where trains run on opposite sides to:  (a) the Humphrey Terminal, Bloomington & Mall of America; and (b) to Minneapolis.
The Lindbergh Terminal 1 is at 4300 Glumack Drive (Zip Code 55111); the Humprey Terminal 2 is at 7150 Humphrey Drive (Zip Code 55450).

Getting around: 
To connect from (a) Lindbergh to Humphrey Terminal,
  take the tram (light rail transit) inside the terminal to the outside Lindbergh Terminal light rail transit station and jump on the train going in that direction. You can access the trams from several areas of the Terminal from:
    Ticketing & Baggage Claim by escalator/elevator down to Level T; take underground tram to transit center; follow signs to light rail transit station;
    Concourses A - E, exit security from the concourse connector; take elevator or escalator down to the Lindbergh Terminal light rail station;
    Concourses G & F, exit security from concourse connector; take elevator or escalator down to the Lindbergh light rail station.
To connect from (b) Humphrey to Lindbergh Terminal, you need to take the skyway on Level 2 to the parking ramp on the second level, by following signs and walking through the parking ramp and taking the escalator or elevator down to the light rail transit station. This takes about five minutes. For disabled travelers or families traveling with children and luggage there is an alternative shuttle service available.
Concourse Connections at Lindbergh:  Concourses C & A are served by a tram; a short tunnel between Concourses C & A connects to Concourse B; while the Concourse Connector Bridge connects Concourses G & C on opposite sides. All concourses can be reached by foot.
Getting to Gound Transport Center (with shuttles, scheduled buses & vans, taxis & limos): From the ticketing mezzanine across to the ground transport atrium - take the skyways - or - take elevators /escalators up from level T. 
Getting to Transit Center: Exit security from Concourse Connector & proceed down the elevator /escalator to transit center (with rental cars, city buses & light rail transit.
The light rail service to  Minneapolis
:
  Both From Concourses G or F, or A through E - exit security from the Concourse Connector. Take elevators/ escalators down to light rail station;
Global Entry; Security Checkpoints & TSA Pre-check:
   Global Entry Program is available in both terminals (visit globalentry.gov or tel. 877-227-5511).
   Security checkpoints:  (a) the Lindbergh Terminal 1has  international checkpoint 7 is on Concourse G;  there are also six checkpoints on the ticketing level, and the Skyway Security checkpoint 10 is on the Concouse connector.  Checkpoint 6, the 'Black Diamond',  is for expert travelers.   (b) the Humphrey Terminal 2 security checkpoint is on level 2.
    TSA Pre-Check is available at Terminal 1, checkpoint 4 (or visit tsa.gov/what_we_do/escreenin.shtm).
Delta Air Lines passengers:  Delta uses Lindbergh's T1Concourses A, B, C, D, G with corresponding gate numbers. If departing from gates C10-27, G14-22 or from A or B gates, check bags at the Delta counter on Level T and take the tram to Checkpoint 10,  midway on the C/G Concourse Connector Bridge.  Delta's four 'Need Help?' centers with scanners for rebooking are near gates C2, C13, F1 & G10.
International Arrivals:  Lindbergh T1's Concourse G has gates 1-10 and 11-22, with security checkpoint & international arrivals facility in the center.  Unless you have gone through US customs clearance by participating airports, you need to go through passport check, retrieve checked bags, go through customs clearance and - if transferring to another flight - re-check-in your bag. 24 new APC kiosks (Automated Passport Control) for U.S. & Canadian passengers result in shorter wait times. Follow on-screen instructions, then take receipt along with passport to Customs for final processing.

TERMINAL DETAILS:  During 2014, MSP Airport made considerable improvements to international arrivals processing, by expanding both queuing space & baggage carousels, and by adding 10 APC kiosks, and allowing for more natural light.

Lindbergh Terminal 1 (T1) has Concourses A through G - serving Air Canada, Air France, Alaska, American, Delta, Frontier, Great Lakes, United, US Airways. Delta currently uses all Concourses, except E, and maintains 'Need Help?' centers near gates C2, C13, F1 & G10.
Concourses & their gates surround the center on three sides at: (a) West - Concourse G; (b) East - Concourses A & B (connected by tunnel); and C & D; (c) North - Concourses E & F (connected to the 'Mall'); (d) South - the Crosswalk connector between gates G18 & C12.
T1 completed its first phase of terminal enhancements in August 2014, adding a myriad of new amenities, while currently continuing with phase 2 - to be completed Feb. 2015. Already, there are over 100 new or recently renovated shops & restaurants. OTG restaurants in Concourse G include 2,500 iPads at seats, extending into the gate/ holding areas, thereby enabling passengers to place orders electronically while remaining within hearing and eyesight of boarding process.
Power Poles are available at gates A2, B4, C1, C3, C5, C6, C8, C9, C12, C13/14, D3, D5, E2, E9, E8, F1, F8, F13.
T1 has two main levels & a mezzanine level: If you need a quiet place to sit or meditate, you find it on the Mezzanine level overlooking the Airport Mall:
   Level T of T1 is the Transportation Level.
   The lower level is for ticketing, baggage claim and Mall, and
   the upper level is for security check points and gates, with a skyway to parking & ground transport (parking is in the center), and at the end of the terminal square, between Concourses G and C (down the escalator), is the Transit Center with light rail, buses, rental cars & security checkpoint for carry-on only. Food & drink, as well as shops are available throughout the Mall and all Concourses. 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. 
   Concourse A has gates A1-14 - served by Delta', and is connected by tunnel to Concourse B)
   Concourse B has gates B1-16 - served by Delta; and is connected on lower level by tunnel to Concourses A & C;
   Concourse C has gates C1-27 - served by Delta; it has a crosswalk to Concourse G near gate 12; and C1 is is close to D6. A nursing station is across from C13.
   Concourse D  has gates D1-D6 -served by Delta; it is located to the right of the center; D6 is close to C1;
   Concourse E has gates E1-E16 -served by  Air Canada, Alaska, American, Frontier, Great Lakes, Spirit, United & US Airways; a nursing station is also to be at Concourse C.
   Concourse F has gates F1-F16 - served by Delta; (a nursing station is near F2)
   Concourse G has gates G1-10 & 11-22 - served by Delta,& Air France. A crosswalk near gate G18 connects to Concourse C. At Concourse center are security checkpoint & international arrivals facility (see "International Arrivals' above).
Airline lounges: 
The Delta Sky Club Lounges: one is near entrance to F & G concourses, the other is at Concourse C, near gate C11.   
The United Club is on Concourse E, between gates E6-E8.

Humphrey Terminal 2 (T2) with H gates
serves currently  Condor, Icelandair, Southwest, and Sun Country airlines with gates H1-5 at left & H6-10 at right  -with security check in the center. The terminal has two levels:
    Level 1 of T2 is for ticketing, baggage claim and outside passenger pickup & drop-off; and
    Level 2 houses security checkpoints, skyway, and airline gates. It also connects, via skyway, to the parking facility with ground transport center, which in turn connects to the MSP Value parking facility and adjacent Light Rail Transit Station. 
The gate area now features power seating on comfortable stools, space to work & electric outlets.  A power seat is also in the Service Center across from  gate H3.  Power poles are at gates H3, H4, H9 & H10.





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