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Cheap Flights from Chicago Midway to Minneapolis St Paul

Flight information Chicago Midway to Minneapolis St Paul

cheapest roundtrip price from Chicago Midway to Minneapolis St Paul last month

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airlines fly non-stop from Chicago Midway to Minneapolis St Paul

96

flights a week from Chicago Midway to Minneapolis St Paul

1h 20min

average flight time from Chicago Midway to Minneapolis St Paul, total distance 348 miles

Southwest Airlines

was the most popular airline flying from Chicago Midway to Minneapolis St Paul last month

1 airport

Minneapolis St Paul

Fly From Chicago Midway International Airport to Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport

The Minneapolis-St. Paul area offers a vibrant nightlife, rich arts and music scene, and exceptional dining options. Additionally, the Twin Cities and surrounding region provide several locations to enjoy outdoor summer and winter sports.

Delta and Southwest operate nonstop flights from Chicago Midway International Airport (MDW) to Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport (MSP). From gate to gate, a nonstop flight takes about an hour and a half.

Facilities at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport

Flights from Chicago Midway International Airport (MDW) to Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport (MSP) arrive at one of two terminals. A number of carriers serve the airport, including United, American, and Alaska Airlines. There is a free shuttle to Terminal 1, where the vast majority of ground transportation services are located.

Minneapolis's Light Rail System offers service to 19 different stops, including downtown and the Mall of America. If you are headed to St. Paul, you will need to take a taxi. Depending on your exact destination, cab fare from the airport to St. Paul will cost between $15 and $30. A ride from the airport to the downtown area will run between $35 and $45.

Things to Do Near Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport

Flying from Chicago Midway International Airport (MDW) to Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport (MSP) puts you near several attractions. If you are making your first visit to the Twin Cities, the Mall of America is a must-see. Shoppers will be in heaven at the country's largest indoor shopping mall. You can also try some of the rides at Nickelodeon Universe, the amusement park inside of the mall. The SEA LIFE Minnesota Aquarium, also located inside the mall, contains thousands of aquatic creatures, including sharks, rays, and seahorses. For more fun, head to the Lego Store to try out the merchandise as you build your own creations. You can also try one of the great restaurants inside the mall.

When you visit the Twin Cities, try to see a theater show or head out to catch some live music at some of the city’s several famous locales, including The Ordway and The Guthrie Theater. The Twin Cities contains more live music venues per capita than any place in the U.S. except Austin, Texas. You will find rock, country, folk, alternative, jazz, funk, reggae, and almost any other kind of music in the area. For multiple options, head to either of the city’s downtowns. You will also find a variety of music venues in the Minneapolis Warehouse District, Lowertown St. Paul, and the Grand Avenue area of St. Paul.

Hints and Tips for Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport

Minnesota's continental climate makes it a pleasant summer destination with temperatures averaging in the 80s Fahrenheit. During the winter, high temperatures dip into the 20s. Visitors can get out and enjoy the winter season at several events. You should consider flying from Chicago Midway International Airport (MDW) to Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport (MSP) to attend the nightly Holidazzle Parade. It features a variety of floats adorned with Christmas lights. Taking a trip to St. Paul in late January or early February will enable you to attend the St. Paul Winter Carnival. You can view hundreds of ice sculptures and explore an ice palace.

Visitors to the Twin Cities will be able to choose from several dining options. You can find everything from traditional diners to high-end restaurants serving elegant dishes. A dinner for two at a mid-range restaurant will cost an average of $50.

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