Cheap Flights from New York to Minneapolis St Paul in 2019

Flight information New York to Minneapolis St Paul

Cheapest roundtrip price last month


Non-stop airlines


Flights per week


Average flight time, total distance 1009 miles

2h 52min

Most popular airline last month


Minneapolis St Paul

1 airport

New York City To Minneapolis-St. Paul Flight Route

Departing New York

The NYC to Minneapolis-Saint Paul route isn’t the most traveled, but you’ll still be able to pick up a flight via United Airlines, Delta, Sun Country Air, Spirit, or Delta. Here at Skyscanner, we can help you find the cheapest flight that’s right for you.

You’ll be departing New York via one of the area’s three airports: JFK, LaGuardia, or Newark, in New Jersey. LaGuardia and Newark make up the majority of departures along this route, so plan accordingly.


JFK International Airport is a bustling airport that’s lush with iPads, restaurants, and shopping opportunities to keep you busy while you wait for departure. There are eight terminals at JFK, and transport between terminals is via shuttle bus.


Newark Liberty International Airport doesn’t have as many amenities as JFK, but there’s still plenty to do. You’ll probably be departing via terminal A.


Like Newark, LaGuardia is a busy airport that’s a bit short on amenities. Of LaGuardia’s four terminals, you’ll probably be departing from Terminal B.

Is There A Layover?

Most of the flights on the NYC to Minneapolis-St. Paul route have a layover, though nonstop flights do exist. A nonstop flight will take just shy of three hours of airtime, whereas flights with layovers tend to take almost three times as long. The good news is that if your flight has a layover, it’ll be the only one.

Arriving in Minneapolis-St. Paul

Minneapolis-St. Paul tends to get extremely snowy in the wintertime, so you may experience delays while waiting for the ground crew to defrost the runway. Once you touch down in Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport, you’ll find yourself in one of the two terminals, both of which are well integrated with the region’s transit system.

You’ll have your choice of the tram, bus, shuttle service, or taxi to make your way into the Twin Cities. Traffic is typically lighter than in other airport areas thanks to the well-designed city grid.

The Twin Cities

Minneapolis-St. Paul are together known as the Twin Cities and share a transportation system, cold climate, and sophisticated culture. Many people love the Twin Cities for its extensive cultural panorama and cuisine.

Of the Twin Cities, St. Paul is known for its quiet suburban feeling, whereas Minneapolis captures a familiar “big city” look. The Twin Cities are known for their sports teams, so be sure to check out a game while you’re there if you’re interested.

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