Getting to and from Minneapolis
Minneapolis is one of America’s most accessible cities. Less than a three-hour flight from most U.S. cities, the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport (MSP) is served by 13 commercial passenger airlines at two terminals. A hub for Delta Air Lines, the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport connects Minneapolis to nearly 800 cities in 120 countries. The Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport is approximately 12 miles and 20 minutes from downtown Minneapolis. Airport information: 612-726-5555 or www.mspairport.com.
A taxi to/from the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport costs approximately $40.00.
SuperShuttle provides reliable and economical 24-hour airport ground transportation service. One-way service to/from Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport is $15.00 and round trip service is $24.00. There is also a 10% fuel surcharge each way. Prices do not include gratuity. To make a reservation, go to http://groups.supershuttle.com/child.html. Remember that the discounted rates are valid online only with a prepaid reservation.
Getting around Minneapolis
Metro Transit’s light rail train, the METRO Blue Line, connects downtown Minneapolis with the airport, Mall of America, and other attractions. Conveniently serving several stations, including Target Field and the Nicollet Mall, passengers can easily get to and from all of the area’s popular destinations.
Metro Transit’s bus service also offers a handy, low-cost way to get around. Fares range from $0.50 to $3.00, depending on time of day and route.
For more information on Metro Transit’s METRO and bus service, please visit www.metrotransit.org.