Flights from Grand Forks (GFK) to Minneapolis (Minneapolis)

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      Travel information for Grand Forks to Minneapolis

      Photo of Minneapolis   Minneapolis
      Flight time forGrand Forks to Minneapolis1 hr 11 mins
      Grand Forks to Minneapolis273 miles
      Here are some alternative departure airports for Grand Forks
      • Only 42.3 miles separate Grand Forks from Thief River Falls (TVF)
      • Only 70.9 miles separate Grand Forks from Fargo (FAR)
      • Only 85.6 miles separate Grand Forks from Devils Lake (DVL)

       How much do things cost in Minneapolis and Grand Forks?

      Grand Forks Minneapolis
      Large bottle of water$1.70$1.79
      Cinema ticket$7.50$10.00
      Imported beer (0.33 liter)$3.75$5.12
      Cheap meal$6.50$11.00
      Cappuccino$2.93$3.76
      Last updated on source

        Facts and figures about flying from Grand Forks to Minneapolis

      • There are on average 284 seats available each day on flights from Grand Forks to Minneapolis
      • SkyWest Airlines operates 140 flights a week from Grand Forks to Minneapolis
      • The majority of flights between Grand Forks and Minneapolis are completed by a Canadair CRJ 200
      • The most popular connection between Grand Forks and Minneapolis is Hector International
      • The largest aircraft operating flights from Grand Forks to Minneapolis is the Boeing 757 Mixed
      • Flights from Grand Forks to Minneapolis are delayed 9.8 percent of the time
      • A delay of 1 hr 34 mins is common when flying from Grand Forks to Minneapolis
      • Flights between Grand Forks and Minneapolis are rarely subject to diversions