Aircraft Noise Basics

 Aircraft Noise Basics - Video Series

Numerous organizations have a role to play in the safe and efficient operation of the airports owned by the Metropolitan Airports Commission (MAC), most notably the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport (MSP). Similar to the federal highway system, MSP's public transportation infrastructure is regulated by the federal government. A new Aircraft Noise Basics video and fact sheet series was created to help explain the various aspects of aircraft noise associated with the system of airports owned by the the MAC. Each video will focus on a specific topic. 

Part 1: Who Makes the Decisions?

This video and fact sheet delve into the roles and responsibilities associated with operating MSP.  

Part 2: Efforts Underway to Reduce Aircraft Noise

This video and fact sheet provide insight into efforts and coordination taking place to reduce aircraft noise.  

Click here to view Aircraft Noise Basics Fact Sheet: Efforts Underway to Reduce Aircraft Noise

Part 3: MSP Noise Oversight Committee: Collaboration at Work

This video and fact sheet provide information about the MSP Noise Oversight Committee (NOC).  

Click here to view Aircraft Noise Basics Fact Sheet: MSP NOC - Collaboration at Work

Part 4: How are Runway Decisions Made?

This video and fact sheet provide information about runway use at MSP.  

Click here to view Aircraft Noise Basics Fact Sheet: How are Runway Decisions Made