About Duluth International Airport
Situated 5 nautical miles northwest of the downtown of Duluth, in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, Duluth International Airport is public airport owned by the city. It is a joint civil-military third largest airport in Minnesota serving the Twin Ports area. The major airlines are United Express, United Airlines, and Delta Connection with Chicago and Minneapolis being the top destinations. Covering an area of about 3,020 acres, Duluth International Airport features two concrete and asphalt surfaced runways.
There are 88 aircraft based on the field of Duluth International Airport, such as jet airplanes, military aircraft, multiple-engine airplanes, helicopters, and single-engine airplanes. The major aircraft operations Duluth International Airport provides are air taxi, commercial, local general aviation, military, and transient general aviation.