Serving as a gateway into Minnesota’s fourth largest city, Duluth International Airport is only served by three domestic airline companies. The airport has limited service because the waterfront city of Duluth has a relatively remote location that is far away from any major metropolitan area in Minnesota. Nevertheless, the Gerald R. Ford International Airport in nearby Grand Rapids offers additional air service for people in the Duluth area. Duluth International Airport has a small terminal building that hosts all of the ticket counters, check-in areas, departure gates and any other airline services that are offered.
Allegiant Air connects Duluth International Airport to three other major airports that serve as hubs for this airline. Offering flights to Orlando-Sanford International Airport, the low-cost carrier takes passengers to the famous Walt Disney World Resort. Operating flights to Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport, Allegiant Air takes customers to the secondary major airport in the metropolitan area in Arizona’s capital city. Since Allegiant Air is based in Nevada, it makes sense that the airline offers flights to Las Vegas McCarran International Airport.
Delta Air Lines operates an important route between Duluth International Airport and Minnesota’s largest airport. This major airline offers daily flights to Minneapolis/St. Paul International Airport. In fact, the airport in Minnesota’s Twin Cities is an important domestic hub for Delta Air Lines.
By offering direct trips to Detroit, Delta also connects Duluth with another major city in the Midwest region near the Great Lakes. As a matter of fact, Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County is also one of the major domestic bases for Delta Air Lines. The services to Detroit and Minneapolis/St. Paul are operated by the Delta Connection brand through regional airlines such as SkyWest and Pinnacle. When heading to these major cities from Duluth, Delta passengers can be proud to use a company that has the world’s largest fleet of jets.
United Airlines is the service provider between Duluth International Airport and Chicago O’Hare International Airport. The trip to this major Midwestern city is actually operated by the United Express brand on a daily basis. In fact, Chicago O’Hare International Airport serves as a major hub for United Airlines.
Despite the limited number of destinations offered at Duluth International Airport, passengers can still access hundreds of other cities in the United States and the rest of the world. You can simply transfer to other flights at any one of the airports that are directly linked to Duluth International Airport.