Crystal Airport Aerial View

Named after the city in which it is located, Crystal Airport also sits adjacent to Brooklyn Park and Brooklyn Center. The airport currently has two paved and one turf runway and three non-precision instrument approaches. Runway 14/32 is 3,750' x 75'; Runway 6L/24R is 2,500' x 75'. Closed during the winter months (November through April), turf Runway 6R-24L is 1,669’ x 137'. A self-serve fuel system, fixed-base operator and an FAA-operated air traffic control tower are located at the airport. The air traffic control tower is open daily in winter (October through April) from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. and in summer (May through September) from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.

Crystal Airport has a total annual economic output of $71 million and supports 320 jobs, including 100 directly tied to on-airport businesses.

There are 168 aircraft based at Crystal Airport and in 2018, there were 38,109 landings and takeoffs.

Economic Impact

Direct Jobs: 100
Total Jobs: 320
Total Economic Output $71 million

2035 Long Term Comprehensive Planning Documents

The Crystal Airport 2035 LTCP has been finalized and can be downloaded at the links below. Volume 1 contains the report; Volume 2 contains the appendices, including the public comments (and responses) received as part of the community and stakeholder engagement process. The documents are in PDF format and require Adobe Reader software to read or download.

Archived documents associated with the Crystal Airport planning process can be found here.

2025 Long Term Comprehensive Plan - Adopted December 2008

General Information


5800 Crystal Airport Road
Crystal, MN 55429
United States

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Mike Wilson

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