Crystal Airport (MIC)
MIC is located within the City of Crystal and adjacent to the Cities of Brooklyn Park and Brooklyn Center.
The airport primarily serves propeller-driven aircraft flown by private aircraft operators and recreational pilots.
There is one fixed base operator on site that provides services to pilots and aircraft including supplies, aircraft storage, pilot training, fuel, airframe and mechanical maintenance, etc. The FAA-operated air traffic control tower operates daily in winter from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. and in summer from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.
MIC has three paved and one turf runway: Runway 14L/32R, which is 3,263' x 75'; Runway 14R/32L, which is 3,266' x 75'; and Runway 6L/24R, which is 2,499' x 75', and Runway 6R/24L, which is 2,122' x 150' (turf, and closed during the winter months).
Click here to access the MIC Long Term Comprehensive Plan: http://metroairports.org/General-Aviation/Airports/Crystal.aspx
The MIC Noise Abatement Plan was developed to promote voluntary aircraft operating procedures that help reduce aircraft noise and overflights for the communities surrounding MIC.
Information and resources available for pilots operating at MIC
Address: 5800 Crystal Airport Rd Crystal, MN 55429