The tide is starting to turn with the pandemic with more events happening again and people starting to travel more. If you are someone who wants to take public transportation to the Twin Cities now you have even more options with the landline bus service.

Starting  May 15th Landline will offer five round trips daily between the Duluth airport and the Minneapolis St. Paul International Airport on their  35-seat motor coach which offers free Wi-Fi and on-board movies. The schedule before was only two round trips two days a week.

Mohammad Nadeem, Director of Commercial Planning and Analysis for Landline said to FOX21:

We’re just happy to be a part of being able to provide those options for people, connecting to more affordable flights. More options for folks to get out and enjoy their summers, so we’re really excited about that.

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The company now offers select rides too that can hold up to four people so the cost can be split between all four customers with door to door service.  his is a great way to travel for families or individuals to make a seamless transition from Duluth to the MSP airport. They even have agents at both locations that will take care of getting your luggage checked in through to your destination so all you need to concentrate on is getting to your gate and flying off to your destination.

Landline has recently expanded to other cities throughout Minnesota and Wisconsin and as travel continues on the up tick prices for their rides will continue to go down as well. For more information on their services or to book a trip click here.

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