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A critical next step for the New Passenger Terminal project will cause all vehicle traffic on a portion of Grinden Drive to be rerouted. Starting on Wednesday, August 1st, 2012, the passenger drop off, passenger pick up, the bus stop, taxi stand area, and rental car ready lot locations will be relocated to new areas, which are depicted on the attached map.
"This step is necessary to begin the next phase of construction for the new passenger terminal apron area. We recognize there's going to be a period of adjustment," says Tom Werner, Interim Executive Director of the Duluth Airport Authority.
From now until the new passenger terminal opens, drivers will only be able to stop momentarily at the new designated drop off and pick up locations. There will be security personnel present to keep efficient traffic flow and address safety concerns. In order to minimize traffic congestion, we encourage drivers who are picking up arriving passengers to use the Cell Phone Waiting Lot. This area will allow drivers to park and wait for the arriving passenger free of charge.
Please visit http://www.duluthairport.com/ to view the traffic flow map and YouTube video. The airport will remain fully operational throughout entire project, which is slated for completion in early 2013.
About Duluth International Airport
United Express offers three daily nonstop flights to Chicago; Delta offers seven daily nonstop flights to Minneapolis/St. Paul and two daily nonstop flights to Detroit; and Allegiant Air offers two weekly nonstop flights to Las Vegas, Phoenix-Mesa and seasonal service to Orlando-Sanford.The airport is currently undergoing phase 2 of a $77 million dollar new passenger terminal project.