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UPDATE: Some MSP-bound flights being re-directed to Duluth Int’l Airport

(UPDATE 10 a.m.) MINNEAPOLIS, MN – Officials say seven flights have been re-directed to Duluth’s International Airport after runways at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport were temporarily closed due to the heavy snowfall.

MSP officials tweeted saying the team was able to safely re-open one of the runways.

It is unknown at this time what flights have been re-directed.

Airport officials say you should check with your airline to verify the status of your flight if you will be traveling to MSP Airport.



The Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport is temporarily closing its runways as heavy snow blankets the Twin Cities area, the airport announced Wednesday morning.

“Due to low visibility and the fast rate of snowfall, our runways are currently closed.”

They plan to re-open the runways at 9:30 a.m., if conditions improve.

Travelers are asked to contact their airline for specific flight’s status.

Briggs LeSavage

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