How can I stay informed about PBN/RNAV procedures at MSP?

Performance-Based Navigation (PBN/RNAV) procedures are developed and implemented by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). Development and implementation of new procedures is a complex undertaking that involves communicating with affected stakeholders throughout the development process.  The Metropolitan Airports Commission (MAC) is a key stakeholder in matters affecting Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport (MSP) and the communities surrounding the airport. As such, the MAC is committed to providing updated information about the MSP PBN/RNAV procedures as it becomes available. 

In February 2013, the MAC provided several recommendations to the FAA for community outreach associated with future implementation of PBN/RNAV procedures at MSP. Please click here to view a copy of the MAC's letter to the FAA.

As new information becomes available about development and implementation of the proposed PBN/RNAV procedures, the MAC will communicate updates through the MSP Noise Oversight Committee (NOC), the quarterly MSP NOC Listening Sessions, and by publishing the new information in the "News" section of the Noise Program Office website (www.macnoise.com). Visit the "Stay Informed" on the home page to subscribe, or click here:  MAC Noise News

 

Updated 12/28/2018