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MAC unveils new mobile-friendly flight tracker with enhanced data

The MAC Noise Offce online flight tracker recently received a complete makeover and was unveiled on Wednesday, June 20.

The Flight Tracker has long been popular with aviation enthusiasts and residents near Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport (MSP) for monitoring flights and noise levels. But the new tool offers enhanced features including a mobile-device friendly interface, the capability to see each flight's real-time speed and altitude, and find a noise level from the MAC sound-monitoring devices located in neighborhoods near the airport.

Summer Weather Returns to MSP

Summer has arrived in the Twin Cities. At Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport (MSP) summer means vacations, more travelers and more aircraft takeoffs and landings. Neighbors near the airport may be noticing some of the effects of these changing weather conditions.

Warmer temperatures and humidity cause aircraft to use longer distances to takeoff and, once airborne, climb slower. To find out more, check out our FAQ #2 titled “Can airplanes climb/fly higher to reduce noise?” 

MSP Listening Session --April 25, 2018 at 7 p.m.

Members of the public with an interest in aircraft activity and noise topics related to Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport (MSP) are invited to participate in an upcoming MSP Listening Session. The Noise Oversight Committee (NOC) sponsors quarterly listening sessions for residents as an opportunity for an engaging and interactive dialogue with MAC staff, NOC representatives and Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) representatives. Conversation from these sessions are included as discussion items during future NOC meetings.

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