Super Bowl 52 – Letter to Airmen:
Minneapolis Metropolitan Area Airports- Restricted Parking and Reservation System
Notice – Valid: February 1-6, 2018
Due to the high volume of air traffic anticipated during the Super Bowl activities, a ramp reservation is required for arrivals and departures, including drop and go’s to and from the Minneapolis-St. Paul Metropolitan area airports between Thursday, February 1, 2018, 1200 UTC and Tuesday, February 6, 2018 0200 UTC. Regularly scheduled air carriers and aircraft operating under Title 14, Chapter 1, Subchapter G, Part 121 are exempt from the advisory.
Minneapolis-St. Paul Intl./Wold-Chamberlain (MSP) – St. Paul Downtown/Holman Field (STP) – Flying Cloud (FCM) – Anoka County/Blaine Airport (Janes Field) (ANE) – Crystal (MIC) – South St. Paul Municipal/Richard E Fleming Field (SGS) – Airlake (LVN) – Faribault Municipal (FBL) – Buffalo Municipal (CFE) – Maple Lake Municipal (MGG) –Simenstad Municipal/Osceola (OEO) – Red Wing Regional (RGK) – New Richmond Regional (RNH) – Lake Elmo (21D) – Albert Lea Municipal (AEL) – Austin Municipal (AUM) – Brainerd Lakes Regional (BRD) – Chippewa Valley Regional/Eau Claire (EAU) – Duluth (DLH) – La Crosse Regional (LSE) – Mankato Regional (MKT) – Owatonna Degner Regional (OWA) – Rochester Intl (RST) – St. Cloud Regional (STC)
For arrival and departure ramp reservations at an airport, contact your preferred FBO or Airport Authority for airports without FBO’s.
When you make your reservation, you will receive a reservation number. Enter this number in the remarks section of your flight plan in and out bound. Use your reservation time as your proposed departure time when you file your IFR flight plan out of the Minneapolis-St. Paul Metropolitan area. File flight plans IAW published routes during the February 1st –6th time frame; see Special NOTAMs for TFR and special routing information. Operators participating in this reservation system will be handled as expeditiously as conditions permit, to best meet reservation times.
Parking is expected to be very limited at all surrounding airports in the Minneapolis-St. Paul Metropolitan area.
Operators without reservations should plan on extensive delays in and out of the area.
VFR PILOT CLARIFICATION: The Super Bowl 52 reservation system is not being used for VFR air traffic reservations. However, the airport may have more stringent requirements due to limited ramp space and resources. Please contact Airport Authorities where you are based.