Airlines provide wheelchairs for use throughout both terminals. Request a wheelchair when you make your flight reservation. Most airlines have information about wheelchair access and other services on their websites or through their reservations systems.
If you are being dropped off at Terminal 1 and require wheelchair assistance, please request to be dropped off on the Ticketing Level, Door 3 if you are flying with Delta Air Lines, Door 1B for all other airlines.
If you arrive at the airport without making arrangements for a wheelchair through your airline, one may be available for checkout at the information booth on Level T at Terminal 1 or you may ask an airline representative for assistance when you arrive.
Electric carts are available past security at Terminal 1, on concourses C through G and in the Airport Mall, to transport passengers with special needs. This service is provided by different companies, depending on which airline you're flying.
- Delta Air Lines is serviced by Prospect Airport Services.
- G2 services Spirit, United, American and Alaska airlines.
- Air Choice One, Boutique Air and Denver Air manage their own electric cart services.
A "cart stop" system has been implemented to provide the most efficient electric cart service to the traveling public. Cart stops are clearly marked with signs above blue chairs imprinted with a wheelchair icon. Electric carts pick up passengers every 10 to 15 minutes. You will find cart stops directly inside security and at every gate along concourses C, D, E, F and G. Consult your airline for services elsewhere.
Please be sure to ask your cart driver if they are heading your way before getting onto a cart. Electric cart service is not available at Terminal 2.
Most restrooms at MSP have at least one accessible extra-wide stall equipped with side grab bars.
Companion Care Restrooms
Companion care restrooms are located throughout both terminals. Consult a directory or information booth for the nearest location.