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We want everyone to be able to travel with confidence at MSP. In light of the current pandemic, we have made a number of changes to keep our travelers and employees safe throughout the entire airport experience.

The Travel Confidently MSP program is a set of measures adopted over the last few months across the airport in partnership with airlines, concessionaires, federal agencies and others, to give travelers a safer experience on their journeys. The airport is strongly urging passengers to modify behaviors and follow guidelines designed to keep themselves and others healthy and safe.



COVID-19 Testing - information about the MN Department of Health testing site at MSP

Your Guide to MSP - a look at how to prepare and what to expect on your next trip to the airport

Face Coverings Requirements - what you need to know about masking up at MSP

Quick Guide to Terminal 1 - a quick look at traveling through Terminal 1

Quick Guide to Terminal 2 - a quick look at traveling through Terminal 2

Airport Safety Social Narrative - a guide to new safety procedures developed for people with autism by the Autism Society of Minnesota

Frequently Asked Questions - an updated list of questions and answers about traveling today

Mitigating Risk - a summary at MSP's response for mitigating the risk of COVID-19

Travel Confidently MSP Playbook - a comprehensive look at our campus-wide response and recovery plan


Quick Tips


By consistently wearing a face covering, you are mitigating the spread of COVID-19. Your mask protects others just as their masks protect you. Effective July 25, masks are required for everyone at MSP.


Floor markers have been added to help you maintain a 6-foot distance from your fellow travelers. Many queues may appear longer than they actually are. But don't worry — it's not a long line; it's a safe line. 


Washing your hands for 20 seconds with soap and water is the best way to ward off germs. But if you're in a hurry, we've got you covered with additional hand-sanitizing stations placed throughout the terminal.