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Airport gets new website, plus those expensive signs

In addition to the controversial and expensive new signs — $2.2 million to change the signs to direct people to Terminal 1 and Terminal 2 instead of Lindbergh and Humphrey — the Twin Cities International Airport now has a new website.

Officials say the new site has “a fresh, friendly design, new airport terminal and campus maps, a flight information look-up function, and a more intuitive navigation scheme.”

And a big new feature is real-time flight information.

“Flight status information on the Web site comes from the same source as flight data available on monitors within MSP’s terminals, so you can get the same, timely information on your home computer that you can at the airport,” said Melissa Scovronski, public affairs and marketing coordinator for the Metropolitan Airports Commission.

MAC also has its own new website, so you can keep track of the commissioners, their meetings, airport noise and news from the six area feeder airports.

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