Things To Do in the Minneapolis/St. Paul Airport


Today is one of the first airport posts – places and things to do when you’re waiting for your flight.

At the Minneapolis / St. Paul Airport, there are a few places travelers can get away from the crowds and relax.

The first is the “quiet seating area” that lines the somewhat hidden upper decks of the main passenger shopping area called The Mall.  If passengers take the steps or an elevator to the second level along The Mall, they’ll find – on either side, hidden from view – dozens of couches, chairs and tables for relaxation.

At the far end of The Mall is MSP’s most glamorous full service restaurant – Ike’s – and above Ike’s is another hidden area travelers can relax and work on their laptops or take a snooze.  If travelers have more work to get done or want to hold a meeting, a conference call, etc., the airport has a a large conference center above Chili’s Too restaurant on The Mall.  It’s a full service conference center that can accommodate 1 to 100 people.

As told by Kathleen Bangs, Manager of Marketing, Minneapolis / St. Paul Airport.

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Melody is Senior Manager, PR for Boingo Wireless, where she is responsible for media relations, brand building and thought leadership initiatives. Melody is a die-hard Nebraska Cornhuskers fan and retired NCAA DI college field hockey player.
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