St. Paul Downtown Airport
St. Paul Downtown Airport (STP)
Just across the Mississippi River from downtown St. Paul, St. Paul Downtown Airport (STP) is a popular home base for corporate aircraft due to its location and for having the longest runway – 6,941 feet – in the MAC reliever airport system. Two fixed-base operators provide services such as fueling, maintenance, aircraft storage and line services. Aircraft charter services are also available on the field.
St. Paul Downtown Airport has an FAA tower that is open from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m., Monday through Friday, and 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Saturday & Sunday. STP first opened in 1926 and is the only MAC reliever airport with a restaurant, Holmans Table.
St. Paul Downtown Airport at a Glance
Total economic output
Annual landings and takeoffs
St. Paul Downtown Airport Advisory Council (DAAC)
The St. Paul Downtown Airport Advisory Council (DAAC) is comprised of appointed STP airport users and community representatives who reside in the Districts surrounding STP.
Check our calendar for meeting locations and details. Meeting materials are available at the link below.
Long-Term Comprehensive Plan
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.
St. Paul Downtown Airport (STP) has an FAA tower that is open from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m., Monday through Friday, and 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Saturday & Sunday. STP is the only MAC reliever airport with a restaurant, Holman’s Table.
STP has three runways: Runway 14/32, which is 6,491' x 150'; Runway 13/31, which is 4004' x 150'; and Runway 9/27, which is 3,642' x 100'.
There are precision instrument approaches for Runways 14 and 32, non-precision instrument approaches to Runways 14, 31 and 32, and a published precision instrument approach procedure for helicopters. Two fixed-base operators provide services such as fueling, flight training and maintenance.