Flying Cloud Airport

Flying Cloud Airport is a general aviation reliever airport located in south central Eden Prairie. It accommodates the needs of helicopter, piston engine, turboprop and light turbojet aircraft, serving flight training, personal aviation and business aviation users. The airport is owned and operated by the Metropolitan Airports Commission (MAC).

With three runways, Flying Cloud is classified as a “minor” airport by the Metropolitan Council and is one of six reliever airports in the Twin Cities metropolitan area.

Airport Phone: 763-537-2058
Airport Manager: Mike Wilson
MAC Flying Cloud Airport Website


2005     157,712 
2006     144,178 
2007     118,178 
2008     116,696
2009     117,209
2010     99,183

The MAC and representatives from the Federal Aviation Administration attend the regularly scheduled Flying Cloud Airport Advisory Commission (FCAAC) meetings to present and discuss the recent noise complaints from residents. These discussions have resulted in new procedures at the airport to reduce noise. This effort is ongoing. 

The FCAAC has endorsed the KFCM Pilot Guide [PDF] developed by MAC. The guide provides important noise abatement information and procedures and has been distributed to all pilots in the field and the airport businesses.

The MAC maintains a 24-hour noise complaint and information hotline.
Neighbors can file aircraft noise complaints by clicking the link below or by calling the hotline (612-726-9411). If there are questions about specific operations at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport or any of the other MAC-owned airports, please contact the Noise Program Office staff through the hotline. Noise Program Office staff responds to callback requests during normal business hours.

Click here to file a noise complaint

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