Terminals Minneapolis - St Paul Airport

Minneapolis St Paul Airport (MSP) consists of two passenger terminals:


Terminal 1-Lindbergh and Terminal 2-Humphrey.


Inter-terminal transportation


Both terminals are separated and accessible from independent roadways.


Light Rail Transit (LRT) connects both terminals of Minneapolis Airport. Service provided for free.




- Terminal 1: Below the Transit Center, between blue and red ramps. From the Tram Level you can take it straight to the Transit Center.

- Terminal 2: On the north side of the Orange Ramp. Get there by taking the elevator or escalator from Level 1.


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


On the other hand, for physically challenged passengers, the Special Needs Shuttle can ease their transit between terminals.


Service hours: Daily, 06:00 am to 10:00 pm, every 20 minutes.




- Terminal 1: Ground Transport Center from Level T.

- Terminal 2: Ground level of the Purple Ramp.




See below further information about the terminals in the airport:



Terminal 1 - Lindbergh

Minneapolis Airport Terminal 1, also known as Lindbergh, has seven concourses: A to G.


See below the boarding gates:


Gates A: A1 - A14

Gates B: B1 - B16

Gates C: C1 - C27

Gates D: D1 - D6

Gates E: E1 - E16

Gates F: F1 - F16

Gates G: G1 - G22


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Terminal 2 - Humphrey

Terminal 2 at Minneapolis Airport, also called Humphrey, hosts Concourse H with boarding gates H1 - H14.


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