At Least A Week Before Power Is Normal At MSP

By Adam Carter, NewsRadio 830 WCCO

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A weekend power outage at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport is still causing problems on Concourse B, and some of those issues may continue for at least a week.

Power went out in the Terminal 1 on Concourses A, B, C and D Saturday morning. The power was back on in A, C and D by Saturday evening.

By Monday morning, power had returned to 14 of the 16 gates on Concourse B, according to airport spokeswoman Melissa Scovronski.

“We have been told by Delta that they would like (the remaining two gates without power) back,” she said. “Hopefully today or tomorrow we’ll be able to have those back on line as well.”

NewsRadio 830 WCCO’s Adam Carter Reports

But there are other power problems in Concourse B that may last for at least another week. Temperature controls are out of service, the moving walkways are stalled and the a restaurant in the concourse is closed.

Scovronski said they still do not know what caused the outage.

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