Changes To The Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport (MSP) Class B Airspace Effective January 9, 2014

MINNEAPOLIS-ST. PAUL, MINN. – Effective January 9, 2014, the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport Class B airspace has been changed as follows:
• All changes are between the 20nm and 30nm rings (see diagram).
• Lowered the floor from 7,000 ft. to 6,000 ft. in four areas.
• Area E from the GEP 301° to the GEP 358° between 20nm and 30nm.
• Area G from the GEP 111° to the GEP 121° between 20nm and 30nm.
• Area H from the FCM 124° to the GEP 164° between 20nm and 24nm and Area H from the GEP 164° to the GEP 176° between 20nm and 30nm.
• Area J from the FCM 271° to the FCM 295° between 20nm and 30nm.
• Widened the boundary near the MSP Runway 35 final approach east 1.5 miles.
• Area H from the GEP 176° to the GEP 164° Radial.
• Adjusted the MSP south downwind areas to the south 1.5 miles.
• Area D from the GEP 121° to the FCM 124° between 20nm and 30nm and Area D from the GEP 301° to the FCM 295° between 20nm and 30nm.
• Shortened the area by Stanton, MN (SYN) from 25nm to 24nm.
• Area H between the FCM 124° and the GEP 164°.

**Nautical miles are DME from I-MSP, 110.3.

For more information and diagrams, refer to these website links: https://www.federalregister.gov/articles/2013/10/25/2013-24983/modification-of-class-b-airspace-minneapolis-mn, http://www.aopa.org/News-and-Video/All-News/2013/October/29/msp-class-b.aspx, and http://www.dot.state.mn.us/aero/aviationaz.html#C.

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