MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Travelers can expect some new options at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport pretty soon.

The Metropolitan Airports Commission announced that a new airline will be welcomed to the airport later this week.

As yet, the specific airline hasn’t been revealed, but more details will be announced on Wednesday morning at the airport.

MSP Airport is currently the hub for Delta Air Lines, Great Lakes Airlines and Sun Country Airlines.

The airport additionally serves a number of other airlines, including American Airlines, American Eagle, Southwest Airlines and United Airlines.

Comments (9)
  1. Snoop says:

    I wonder if it’s the one with all the snakes on the plane.

  2. Monica says:

    Maybe its the Hello Kitty one!

  3. politiciansSUX says:

    about freaking time. We can fly either a charter or direct to a hub of any other airline. Good bye Delta, I hope you rot in bankruptcy….

  4. G Dog says:

    Delta’s stranglehold on Minnesota has got to stop.

  5. scott says:

    I’m guessing its going to be Jet Blue

  6. Taylor J says:

    Hopefully it someone big and can lower down air fare.

  7. Orrest says:

    A tease, but yet another non story

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