Do you ever wonder who makes the decisions behind the aircraft activity at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport (MSP)? A new video called Aircraft Noise Basics-Part 1: Who Makes the Decisions? was produced by the Metropolitan Airports Commission (MAC) and seeks to provide more understanding about the roles and responsibilities of the Federal Aviation Administration, the MAC, and other aviation stakeholders.
A new resource is available to learn more about minor adjustments to aircraft arrival routes that will take place in January 2017 at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport (MSP). The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has a new webpage that houses a video, fact sheets and environmental documentation explaining the tweaks it’s making for some arrivals.
Flying Cloud Airport in Eden Prairie is seeing increased levels of air traffic this week tied to the Ryder Cup golf competition taking place in Chaska. More than 250,000 spectators are expected at Hazeltine during the course of the event, which starts with events Tuesday, Sept. 27 and runs through Sunday, Oct. 2. Most of those spectators are traveling by car, but some attendees arriving by private aircraft will also increase the daily volume of flights at Flying Cloud, which is prepared for the extra air traffic.
At its regularly scheduled meeting on Wednesday, the MSP Noise Oversight Committee (NOC) unanimously approved Resolution #02-2016 requesting a Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) environmental review and documentation of existing and future impacts to noise and airport capacity from non-intersecting converging runway operations at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport (MSP).
At its July 18, 2016 Full Commission meeting, the Metropolitan Airports Commission (MAC) board members received an update on recent community aircraft noise topics.
This update came at an optimum time, as warm summer months promote more outdoor activity and flight activity reaches its peak at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport (MSP).