Non stop flights from Duluth – DLH direct flights

This page lists domestic and international destinations travelers can fly to with a nonstop flight from Duluth Minnesota, airport code DLH, Duluth International Airport. Passengers sometimes refer to these nonstops as direct flights from Duluth. Some of the air carriers which might have flights to each destination city from Duluth are also listed below. Nearby airports to also consider flying out of may include: Minneapolis (MSP), Fargo (FAR), Appleton (ATW), Green Bay (GRB), and Madison (MSN).

Domestic non stop flights from Duluth may fly to:

  • Chicago, Illinois – ORD – American, SkyWest Airlines, Republic Airline
  • Minneapolis, Minnesota – MSP – SkyWest Airlines, Delta, Endeavor Air
  • Phoenix, Arizona – PHX – Sun Country Airlines / MN Airlines

International non stop flights from Duluth may fly to:

  • Sorry, there do not appear to be any international non stop destinations.

There are typically return non-stop flights from the cities listed above back to DLH, or direct flights to Duluth.

Nonstop destinations grouped by airline out of DLH:

  • American nonstops may include – ORD
  • Delta nonstops may include – MSP
  • Endeavor Air nonstops may include – MSP
  • Republic Airline nonstops may include – ORD
  • SkyWest Airlines nonstops may include – MSP, ORD
  • Sun Country Airlines / MN Airlines nonstops may include – PHX

You might also be interested in nonstop flights from Hibbing Minnesota which is a somewhat nearby airport and may be an alternative to fly out of.

This travel page helps with questions such as the following. Who, what, or which airline flies non stop from Duluth to Chicago? Are there any direct flights from Duluth to Minneapolis? Some routes may be seasonal. For example airports serving areas with ski resorts often have nonstops from additional cities in winter. Hope you will please visit again the next time you are looking for nonstop or direct flights.

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