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Aerial photo of Runway 17/35 at MSP airport

Long Term Facility Planning

The Metropolitan Airports Commission (MAC) updates Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport's (MSP) Long Term Comprehensive Plan (LTCP) every five years. The last update occurred in 2010 for the planning horizon of 2030. To stay on schedule, the MAC initiated an update in 2015 that looks out to the year 2035.

The 2035 plan will focus on improvements to passenger facilities to meet 2035 forecasts, as did the previous plan for the year 2030. No significant improvements are contemplated for the airfield, as it has adequate capacity as is.

A pre-draft publication meeting to help members of the public better understand the LTCP process was held Thursday, August 27, 2015. Learn more here: http://www.metroairports.org/Airport-Authority/Metropolitan-Airports-Commission/Public-Meetings/Other-MAC-Meetings.aspx.

At this time, publication of the draft report has been deferred so that additional runway use data can be collected. 

The most recent LTCP can be found here: Final MSP Airport 2030 LTCP Document
 

Current Construction

Plenty of change is on its way as we reimagine the entire MSP Airport experience. Every step of your journey is poised for improvement, including: parking, check-in, dining, shopping, passenger amenities and baggage claim. You’ll enjoy new restaurants and retail stores, thoughtfully designed restrooms, more on-site parking and an overall smoother visit. Visit www.reimaginemsp.com for the most up to date information on improvement projects currently underway.