MSP ranked No. 4 best airport for business travelers


The Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport ranked No. 4 on a top 10 list of airports for business travelers, Twin Cities Business reports.

The top three were:

1. Atlanta Hartsfield
2. Chicago O'Hare
3. Dallas-Fort Worth

Here'a s slideshow of the top 10.

The list was produced by Plymouth-based Travel Leaders Group, which asked travel agent owners, managers, and agents from across the nation, “Which airport(s) would you and your clients say offers the best services for business travelers?”

Minneapolis-St. Paul was praised for amenities that include: Wi-Fi, a fitness walking path, FEDEX, postal services, quiet seating area for reading, resting, meditation or prayer, meeter/greeter services, lockers, luggage delivery, massage chairs and shoeshine.

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