Minneapolis Airport Informational Guide to Minneapolis–St Paul Airport (MSP) - NON OFFICIAL

Terminal 1 Minneapolis Airport (MSP)- Lindbergh

Minneapolis Airport Terminal 1 is also known as Lindbergh Terminal.

The terminal is named after the aviator Charles Lindbergh.


See the levels at Lindbergh Terminal:

Level T

This is the Ground Transport Center. It is split into the North and South:


Ground transportation options and parking.

Other services: Information counter, ATMs.

Access to the Gold Ramps parking.

From this level is possible to access to the shuttle companies, vans and to Delta check-in.


Find here the Light Rail Transit Station.

Westward gets to Terminal 2, Bloomington and Mall of America, Eastward serves Minneapolis.

Access to the Transit Center (metro, buses and rental cars).

Services: ATMs.

First level

This is the Arrivals level.

Services: Information counters, ATMs, baggage carousels.

Find International Arrivals at door 6, west end.

Second level

This is the Departures and check-in level.

Services: Information counter, currency exchange, ATMs, lost and found.

The Mall and the Concourses are equipped with food, drink and retail concessions.

From this level, passengers can access to G gates and to the Mall, which also grants access to F, E and D gates.

On the other hand, access to C gates is done by the Concourse Tram.

To the parking and ground transportation centre, there is a skyway.

See the Concourse distribution in this level:

- Concourses A to G: At the right
- Concourses E to F: At the center
- Concourse G: At the left

And the Concourses boarding gates:

- Concourse A: It has gates from A1 to A14.
- Concourse B: It has gates from B1 to B16.
- Concourse C: It has gates from C1 to C27. Find across C13 a nursing station.
- Concourse D: It has gates from D1 to D6.
- Concourse E: It has gates from E1 to E16. 
- Concourse F: It has gates from F1 to F16. There’s a nursing station close to gate F2.
- Concourse G: It has gates from G1 to G22.

Third level

It is the mezzanine level. This is purely a service and amenities level.

Services: Conference Center, Quiet area and business and services center.

- Concourses C and A: By tram

- Concourse B is connected to Concourses C and A by a short tunnel

- The Concourse Connector Bridge connects Concourses G and C.

The Crosswalk Connector joints Gates G18 and C12.

Bear in mind that all concourses can be reached within a walk


Light Rail Transit (LRT) connects both terminals of Minneapolis Airport. It is a free service between the Terminals. To get more information, please visit Rail section.

Service hours: 24/7, every 10 minutes on peak times and 15 minutes off peak hours.


- Restaurants and bars
- Shops
- Duty Free 
- Lockers
- VIP Concierge Services
- Luggage Delivery Services
- Postal Service and Package Service
- U.S. Bank 
- ATMs
- Charging Stations
- Seating areas
- Children’s Play Area

See more Services here


Escape Lounge (To-Go Only): Terminal 1, Concourse E. Open from 4:00 am to 9:00 pm. Services: Premium food, Wi-Fi, snacks, drinks, among others. 

Passes start at 40$ per person. 

Armed Forces Service Center: Terminal 1. 24 hours open. Services: Snacks, TV, Wi-Fi, children’s area, printers and copiers, Internet Terminals, among others. 

Delta Air Lines Delta Sky Club: Terminal 1, Concourse C. Open from 6:00 am to 10:00 pm. Services: Snacks, drinks, newspapers and magazines, among others. 

PGA MSP: Terminal 1, Concourse E. Open from 7:00 am to 8:00 pm. Services: TV, Wi-Fi, newspapers and magazines. 

United Airlines United Club: Terminal 1 Concourse C. Open from 4:30 am to to 7:45 pm. Services: Snacks, Wi-Fi, newspapers and magazines, flights monitors. 

Delta Air Lines Delta Sky Club: Terminal 1. Concourse F. Open from 4:30 am to 10:00 pm. Services: Wi-Fi, newspapers and magazines, snacks, beer and wine. 

Delta Air Lines Delta Sky Club: Terminal 1. Concourse G. Open from 4:30 am to 10:00 pm. Services: Wi-Fi, newspapers and magazines, snacks, beer and wine.