New email subscription service offers timely information about MSP Airport and the Metropolitan Airports Commission

Mar 26, 2015

The Metropolitan Airports Commission (MAC) and its seven airports play a major role in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area economy, generating more than $10 billion a year in financial activity and supporting more than 76,000 jobs. People wanting to keep abreast of news and information about the MAC and its airports now can sign up to receive e-mail notifications on topics of their choosing, helping ensure they are among the first to know about airport plans, changes and opportunities.

“Whether you are a traveler or pilot who uses a MAC airport, a neighbor concerned about airport noise, an executive looking for airport business opportunities, or an interested citizen, the new e-mail subscription service enables you to select the categories of information most relevant to you,” said MAC Executive Director/CEO Jeff Hamiel. “It’s a great way to get updates that can help you make the most of your airport experience and related opportunities.”

Want to know when a shop or restaurant opens at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport (MSP)? Wondering what job or business opportunities exist with the Metropolitan Airports Commission, or what new amenities and services MSP now offers? Or simply when and where to attend a MAC board meeting?

Sign up today to receive the information you want. Simply follow the link below or go to or and look for the E-News sign up box on the home page. It is fast, easy and free.

1.      Go to and enter the email address at which you prefer communications to be delivered.
2.      Choose the topics you’re interested in from the broad menu provided.
3.      Hit Enter.

That’s all there is to it. Then just sit back and let the information come to you. 

The MAC currently publishes two monthly newsletters – MSP News and MAC News - and sends periodic bulletins about specific topics, like notices of board meetings, job openings and business opportunities. The MAC’s noise program office also distributes notices about meetings, decisions and aircraft noise trends.  

Subscribers can unsubscribe at any time if they no longer wish to receive the email communications.