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Fares from $97 One Way, $163 Round Trip from Minneapolis - St. Paul to Chattanooga

Prices starting at $163 for return flights and $97 for one-way flights to Chattanooga were the cheapest prices found within the past 7 days, for the period specified. Prices and availability are subject to change. Additional terms apply.

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Flights from Minneapolis - St. Paul to Chattanooga - Frequently Asked Questions

Are there non-stop flights from Minneapolis - St. Paul to Chattanooga?

There are no direct services between Minneapolis - St. Paul and Chattanooga, so you'll have to swap planes. But it's no big deal. Delta Air Lines, American Airlines and Virgin Atlantic fly from Minneapolis, MN Airport (MSP-Minneapolis - St. Paul Intl.) to Chattanooga, TN Airport (CHA-Chattanooga Metropolitan) with only one simple stopover.

What is the shortest flight from Minneapolis - St. Paul to Chattanooga?

It can take just 2 hours and 55 minutes to get from Minneapolis, MN Airport (MSP-Minneapolis - St. Paul Intl.) to Chattanooga, TN Airport (CHA-Chattanooga Metropolitan). Relax and enjoy the ride, because you'll be touching down before long.

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Airports in Minneapolis

The city of Minneapolis is served by the Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport. The airport is situated to the southeast of the city. Several domestic airlines and three international airlines serve the airport. Travelers looking for cheap flights from Minneapolis can search for flights from several airlines at once on Orbitz.com, including Air Canada, Southwest Airlines, Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, Delta Airlines, Frontier Airlines, United Airlines and US Airways. Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport is a joint military-civilian airport. The airport is situated approximately 10 miles from both downtown Saint Paul and downtown Minneapolis.

Parking at Minneapolis Airport

Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport offers a variety of parking options. Covered parking is available for visits lasting more than nine hours at a rate of $8 for the first hour and a daily maximum charge of $22. Value parking is also available at a rate of $8 for the first hour and a daily maximum charge of $16. For visits less than nine hours, short-term parking is available at a rate of $5 for the first hour and up to a maximum of $36 a day.

Transportation at the Minneapolis Airport

Travelers departing from the Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport can take advantage of a range of transportation services, including car rental companies, van and shuttle services, and taxi services. Public transportation is also available through the Metro Transit. The public bus service serves the Twin Cities metro area. Taxi service is available to and from the airport. Fares average between $38 and $49 for trips to and from downtown Minneapolis. Fares from downtown St. Paul range between $30 and $37.

Restaurants at the Minneapolis Airport

Several dining options are available at the Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport, making it easy for travelers to enjoy breakfast and a cup of coffee or a quick snack prior to boarding their flight. Restaurant options include A&W, Burger King, Caribou Coffee, Dunn Bros Coffee, Einstein Bros. Bagels, French Meadow Bakery Cafe, La Brea Bakery Café and Starbucks Coffee. By searching for multiple airlines at once on Orbitz.com, it is easy to find cheap flights from Minneapolis.

Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport

If you are interested in discount flights to Chattanooga, Tennessee, visit Orbitz.com to take advantage of their fantastic rates. The Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport is the major airport serving the Chattanooga area. It is located about five miles east of downtown Chattanooga. Allegiant Air, American Eagle, Delta Air Lines, and US Airways are the major airlines operating at the airport.

Transportation at Chattanooga Airport

Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport offers short term, intermediate term, and long term parking. Short term parking is free for the first 15 minutes, $1 for 16 to 30 minutes, and $1 for each additional half hour. Intermediate parking is $10 per day. Long term parking is $8 per day. Ground transportation includes car rentals, taxi, and shuttle services. A 25 minute taxi ride from the airport to downtown Chattanooga will cost around $30. Shuttle bus rates start at $15 per one way trip.

Weather in Chattanooga

The climate in Chattanooga is subtropical and humid. Winters are usually mild, although there can be some freezing temperatures. The average temperatures in the winter months settle in the mid 40s. The fall months have average temperatures in the mid 60s. Summers can get extremely hot with temperatures averaging in the low 90s. Spring is more tolerable with average temperatures in the mid 70s.

Attractions in Chattanooga

Chattanooga has several world class attractions that visitors can enjoy. The city offers several museums, including the Chattanooga History Center, the Creative Discovery Museum, and the Hunter Museum of American Art. Lookout Mountain is a popular natural attraction for those who love nature. Take advantage of all the city has to offer by booking domestic flights to Chattanooga with Orbitz.com.

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