Other MAC Airports
The MAC owns and operates a seven-airport system, including MSP, in the Minneapolis-St. Paul metropolitan area. The other six airports are general aviation intermediate and minor airports known as “reliever airports” because they help relieve congestion at MSP.
These reliever airports, listed below and mapped for reference, provide services for aircraft and aircraft operators that include supplies, education, aircraft storage, fuel, mechanical and airframe work and more to address a variety of aviation needs, such as recreational flying, private business travel, military operations, emergency medical transportation and flight training.
More than half of all registered aircraft in Minnesota are based at the MAC's reliever airports. By providing an alternative to MSP for private and corporate flights, the reliever airports increase the safety and efficiency of the entire airport system. Together, the reliever airports accommodate more than 400,000 aircraft operations per year. More than 1,600 aircraft are based at the airports, from antique and experimental aircraft, to modern propeller models, to the latest in corporate jet technology.
The reliever airports system supports more than 2,200 full-time jobs in the area and generates more than $250 million in annual economic activity.
The MAC Noise Program Office is responsible for assessing and monitoring aircraft noise impacts at the reliever airports and developing solutions for reducing impacts on the surrounding communities.
To learn more about the programs in place at these airports, please click on the link for the airport of interest below:
644 Bayfield St., St. Paul, MN 55107 Phone: 651-224-4306
10110 Flying Cloud Drive, Eden Prairie, MN 55344 Phone: 952-941-3545
8891 Airport Road, Box C1, Blaine, MN 55449 Phone: 763-717-0001
5800 Crystal Airport Road, Crystal, MN 55429 Phone: 763-537-2058
8140 220th Street West, Lakeville, MN 45044 Phone: 952-469-4040
Address: 8140 220th Street West, Lakeville, MN 45044 Phone: 763-717-0001