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How do I get from Concourse C to Concourse G at MSP?

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How do I get from Concourse C to Concourse G at MSP?

I'm not familiar with the MSP airport. I'll be making a connection there soon. Historically, the incoming flight comes into Concourse C and the outbound flight leaves from Concourse G.

I've looked at the airport web site and the 2 concourses appear to be connected by some sort of tunnel/bridge/something else. I've looked at Google maps and there appears to be parking lot between two terminals.

What is the fastest way to get between C and G?

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1. Re: How do I get from Concourse C to Concourse G at MSP?

In between Gates C12 & C13 is a walkway to G.

C has a people mover tram that runs up and down C, and it will stop near C12.

I believe that walkway connector to G has moving walkway.

G has moving walkways up and down G.

http://www.mspairport.com/maps.aspx

If you had to take the long way around, it wouldn't be that bad either.

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2. Re: How do I get from Concourse C to Concourse G at MSP?

You can walk it or take an airport cart transfer. The MSP airport is so on top of the transfers. Great airport for a transfer.

3. Re: How do I get from Concourse C to Concourse G at MSP?

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