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Airports in Minnesota , Airlines in Minnesota

Minnesota in USA is the dubbed land of 10000 lakes and hence is very wet scouring the landscape.

There are many scenic shorelines, endless small water bodies, hiking trails, outdoor recreations such as kayaking, camping, canoeing, dog sledding, skiing and fishing.

There are approximately 156 airports in Minnesota for public use. These Minnesota airports experience huge traffic making it a popular destination. These airports are very convenient in using and offering a happy traveling experience. The international airports include Minneapolis-St. Paul International at Minneapolis, Duluth International at Duluth, Rochester International at Rochester and Falls International at International Falls.

Baudette and Warroad International airports also include the General aviation.The Minneapolis International airport is the busiest airport serving 35 million passengers every year. The Minnesota airports are haven for technology as it bestows all the technological conveniences that any traveling business person may appreciate.

Airport in Minnesota
Lenawee County (ADG) Albert Lea (AEL) Baudette (BDE)
Bemidji (BJI) Brainerd Lakes Regional (BRD) Brooks Lodge (RBH)
Lewis (CDK) Chisholm (HIB) Executive (CLW)
St. Petersburg-Clearwater International (PIE) Corcoran (CRO) Municipal (CKN)
Crystal Lake (CYE) Duluth International (DLH) Lakeside USAF (LKI)
Eveleth (EVM) Municipal (FBL) Fergus Falls (FFM)
Municipal (FCY) Devils Track (GRM) Municipal (LAL)
Montevideo-Chippewa (MVE) Petit Jean Park (MPJ) Owatonna (OWA)
Redwood Falls Muni (RWF) Municipal (ROX) Torrance Airport (TOA)
Warroad (RRT) Willmar (ILL) Windom Municipal (MWM)

Airport Hotels in Minnesota
Bloomington Minneapolis Rochester
Eagan Saint cloud Eden prairie
St paul Mankato Duluth

The Minnesota airports guide specify the amenities available at the airport as wireless internet shops, children play areas, locker facilities, ATMs, shops, foreign currency exchange and restaurants. Special assistance such as wheel chairs is assisted to the disabled and elderly passengers. Passengers can count on friendly services. The airport terminals are linked by a free rail taking only three minutes. Moreover, Supershuttle offers shared van service to local cities as well as towns.

Plenty of taxis are available to take the passengers to the city.Airports in Minnesota is operated by other airlines such as Midwest Airlines, Air Canada, Continental Airlines, US Airways, Champion Air, and many more. Booking with these airlines online is bestowed with discounts in off-seasons. The reputed car rental companies having counters are Budget, Alamo, Enterprise, Dollar, Avis and Hertz.

Shuttle buses are available from the Transit center and the details of other facilities are mentioned in the Minnesota airports guide. The airport facilitates with duty free shops, business centers, numerous shops, food courts, ATMs, postal services, restaurants, bureau de change and play area for children. The fax, internet and photocopying services are available at all the business centers sited at the airport. Even wireless internet access is featured.

The disabled passengers are given adequate attention and the car parking facility of long and short term features are excellent.