Minneapolis-St. Paul General Aviation Airports
The MAC owns and operates a seven-airport system. Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport (MSP) – one of the nation’s largest airports and a key airline hub – is our flagship facility. We also own and operate six general aviation airports – sometimes called reliever airports because they attract traffic away from MSP – that serve corporate aircraft and recreational fliers. All reliever airports are within 35 miles of the downtowns of Minneapolis and St. Paul.
Learn More About Our Airports
With a team of about 650 employees led by a CEO and executive director, the MAC keeps its system of seven airports – including MSP Airport (MSP) – running smoothly.
Joint Airport Zoning Boards (JAZB) – made up of representatives from the MAC and the cities, counties and townships around airports – work together to develop appropriate zoning ordinances.
Find an Aircraft Hangar
There are many options for securing hangar space at our general aviation airports, including hangars for sale, rent and sublease. There are also sites to build a new hangar.
Real Estate Development
There are many parcels of land around the MAC's seven airports for development for a variety of business types including hospitality, restaurants, retail, professional services, light industrial and manufacturing.
Long-term Comprehensive Plans
The MAC’s seven-airport system functions as a unit to manage air traffic in the region surrounding Minneapolis and St. Paul. A key part of that unified effort is the development of long-term comprehensive plans (LTCP) for each of our airports.