Easy to get to and even easier to get around, Minneapolis is one of America's most accessible cities.
Located between both coasts, Minneapolis is a destination that's central for everyone and a hub city. The Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport is the 16th busiest airport in the U.S. and a Delta Air Lines Hub. The city's highly lauded METRO Blue Line system ensures the city is not only easy to fly in to, but easy to navigate to.
Less than a three-hour flight from most U.S. cities and just minutes from downtown with access to the METRO Blue Line, the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport (MSP) is served by 13 commercial passenger airlines at two terminals. A hub of Delta Air Lines, MSP connects Minneapolis to nearly 800 cities in 120 countries. In addition, major freeways in all directions plus ample bus and train service, make getting around a snap!
APPROXIMATE FLIGHT TIMES TO MINNEAPOLIS
BOARD THE TRAIN
Metro Transit's METRO Blue Line connects downtown Minneapolis with the airport and Mall of America. Conveniently serving several stations, including Target Field and the Metrodome, along the route, passengers can easily get to and from all of the area's popular destinations.
RIDE THE BUS
Metro Transit, which annually provides 70 million bus trips, offers a handy, low-cost way to get around. Fares range from $0.50 to $3, depending on time of day and route. Take a bus up and down Nicollet Mall for free.
CATCH A CAB
Taxi service is available anywhere in the metro area. Catch a taxi at the Minneapolis Convention Center and any hotel, or call ahead for service. Uber is also available in Minneapolis.
Several car share companies are operating in Minneapolis now, including Car2Go, HourCar and Zipcar.
MSP International airport to downtown Minneapolis: $35-45