Members of the public with an interest in aircraft activity and noise topics related to Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport (MSP) are invited to participate in an upcoming MSP Listening Session. The Noise Oversight Committee (NOC) sponsors quarterly listening sessions for residents as an opportunity for an engaging and interactive dialogue with MAC staff, NOC representatives and Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) representatives. Conversation from these sessions are included as discussion items during future NOC meetings.
You are probably aware that the metro area is expecting a storm system to move through the area beginning today through Sunday. This storm will bring heavy wet snow and strong northeasterly winds. Those conditions will contribute to unusual air traffic patterns at area airports and throughout the Twin Cities’ airspace through the weekend.
Ever wonder how runway decisions are made? The Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport's (MSP) four runways are showcased in the newest addition to the Aircraft Noise Basics video series. This new video and accompanying fact sheet, How are Runway Decisions Made?, highlight MSP runways and how the Federal Aviation Administration chooses which ones will be used. To view this and other videos in the Aircraft Noise Basic series, click here: Aircraft Noise Basics
The Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport (MSP) Noise Oversight Committee (NOC) is an advisory board to the Metropolitan Airports Commission (MAC), and is comprised of industry and community representatives who address aircraft noise issues associated with activity at MSP. The group meets bi-monthly on the third Wednesday of odd-numbered months.
The Metropolitan Airports Commission (MAC) Environment Department on Monday released a one-of-a-kind tool for our customers to provide data and reports in a new and exciting way. MSP Interactive Reports provides monthly data about the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport (MSP) in a revolutionary way.
Members of the 934th United States Air Force Airlift Wing based at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport will be returning from deployment this afternoon, May 18, 2017. To welcome the members back, the unit is planning to fly one pass over the airport with C-130 aircraft in formation before circling back to the airport for landing. This overflight is expected to occur over the north parallel runway (30R-12L).
Please see the 934th website for more information about this unit.
Collaboration has been a long-standing aspect of public engagement for the Metropolitan Airports Commission (MAC), particularly when it comes to discussions about aircraft noise. The Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport (MSP) Noise Oversight Committee (NOC) has been an active part of the aircraft noise dialogue and is showcased in the newest addition of the Aircraft Noise Basics video series.