MINNEAPOLIS - Terminal 2 at MSP International re-opened shortly after 6am Wednesday morning, following a brief closure in the ticketing area.
A spokesperson for the Metropolitan Airports Commission says the Bloomington bomb squad was investigating a suspicious item found in the ticketing area of Terminal 2.
The situation at Terminal 2 has been cleared. Ticketing has re-opened.— MSP Airport (@mspairport) July 19, 2017
Following the closure, long lines were reported in the ticketing area, as evacuated passengers rushed to check in. Terminal 2 serves Southwest, Sun Country Airlines and other smaller carriers.