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The Minnesota Office of Aeronautics publishes an aeronautical chart every two years. The chart is mailed to Minnesota
pilots listed in the Federal registry. The chart is a WAC scale chart
with some additional information normally found on sectional charts.
Also included is a Minneapolis-St. Paul area chart.
Order an Aeronautical Chart
Order an Airport Directory and/or Aeronautical Chart
If you are located outside of the United States please email us directly at email@example.com with your address and request.
View the Aeronautical Chart
The Aeronautical Chart files below are vary large, download times will vary. A PDF Reader is required to view the Aeronautical Chart.
- Entire State of Minnesota section of the Aeronautical Chart (PDF 15 MB)
- Minneaplis-St. Paul Vicinity Chart (PDF 7 MB)
Questions, comments or corrections should be directed to:
MnDOT - Office of Aeronautics
222 East Plato Boulevard
St. Paul, MN 55107-1618
651-234-7235 or 1-800-657-3922
Approach plates and Airport Diagrams for the entire U.S. are now available on-line
At this link you can download current Instrument Approach Procedure charts (IAP), Departure Procedure charts (DP), Standard Terminal Arrival charts (STAR), and Airport Diagrams. Also included are Take-Off, Radar, and Alternate Minima textual procedures. Only airports with instrument approaches are listed here. The most complete source for airport diagrams for Minnesota airports is still the Minnesota Airport Directory. To view and download digital FAA charts and publications go to: aeronav.faa.gov/index.asp?xml=aeronav/applications.
Voyageurs National Park Seaplane Operations Emergency Closure
Due to the presence of the spiney water flea an emergency closure has been implemented effective May 10, 2007. Seaplane operations are prohibited on all lakes within Voyageurs National Park until further notice except: Kabetogama Lake, Namakan Lake, Rainy Lake, Sand Point Lake. For more information contact Voyageurs National Park at 218-283-6600.