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CityCodeAirport Name
Bemidji BJI       Bemidji Regional
Brainerd BRD Crow Wing County /
Brainerd Lakes Reg'l
Duluth DLH Duluth International
Hibbing HIB Chisolm Hibbing Airport
International Falls INL Falls Int'l Airport
Minneapolis-St Paul MSP Minneapolis St Paul Int'l
Rochester RST Rochester Int'l Airport
St Cloud STC Saint Cloud Regional
Thief River Falls TVF Thief River Falls Reg'l

Aberdeen SD ABR       Aberdeen Regional
Brookings SD BKX Brookings Regional
Eau Claire WI EAU Chippewa Valley Reg'l
Fargo ND FAR Hector International
Grand Forks ND GFK Grand Forks Int'l
La Crosse WI LSE La Crosse Municipal
Madison WI MSN Dane County Regional
Mason City IA MCW Mason City Municipal
Sioux Falls SD FSD Sioux Falls Reg'l
Watertown SD ATY Watertown Regional

There are many airports in Minnesota. However, not all Minnesota airports have regularly scheduled flights. We do not list the smallest airports, since there is no way to provide you flights from those airports.

Minnesota is a state in the Midwestern region of the United States. Minnesota is the northernmost state except for Alaska. Fifty four percent of those people live in the Twin Cities metropolitan area, the center of transport, business and industry, and home to an internationally-known arts community.

The remainder of the state, often referred to as Greater Minnesota, consists of western prairies now given over to intensive agriculture, eastern deciduous forests also heavily farmed and settled, and the less-populated northern boreal forest. The state is known as the "Land of 10,000 Lakes”, and those lakes and the other waters for which the state is named together with state and national forests and parks offer residents and tourists a vigorous outdoor lifestyle.

Much of the state is relatively flat, but pockmarked with lakes, having been eroded by glaciers periods during the Ice Age. The extreme southeastern portion of the state is part of the Driftless Zone, which was not covered by the recent Wisconsin glaciation. It is here that Lake Pepin and the rugged high bluffs of the Mississippi River are found. The northeastern portion of the state is on the Canadian Shield and is covered by rugged ranges of hills.

The word Minnesota comes from the Dakota name for the Minnesota River, mnisota. Mni, or sometimes mini, or Minne can be translated as "water". Mnisota is then translated as sky-tinted water or somewhat clouded water. The Native Americans demonstrated the name by dropping milk into water and calling it mnisota. (airports)

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