Groome Transportation to Resume Shuttles from Duluth to MSP Airport

Masks will be required, middle seats will be vacant for social distancing, and  buses will be sprayed with a hospital grade disinfectant between uses.

DULUTH, Minn.- As more people start taking trips again after the pandemic another shuttle is resuming service from Duluth to the Minneapolis-St. Paul Airport.

Groome Transportation will restart its route on June 1st.

Masks will be required, middle seats will be vacant for social distancing, and  buses will be sprayed with a hospital grade disinfectant between uses.

After pausing operations since last March, Groome’s management is excited to launch the service again.

“We’ve been anxiously awaiting the day that we can get back out there,” said Jason Dietz, Director of Marketing for Groome.

“This is what we love to do, we love getting to spend a little bit of time with people that are traveling to and from some really interesting destinations we get to talk with them about that get to share in those experiences with them and provide the service we’ve been known to provide,” he said.

Groome Transporation also offers free parking at its office in Hermantown for those taking the shuttle.

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