An easy drive to the St. Paul business district or to scenic destinations along the St. Croix River, such as Stillwater, Minnesota and Hudson, Wisconsin, Lake Elmo Airport is conveniently located for both business and leisure travelers. The airport is served by a fixed base operator and an aircraft maintenance provider. Lake Elmo Airport has two runways. Runway 14/32 is 2,850' x 75', while 4/22 measures 2,497' x 75.' There are two non-precision instrument approaches to the airport, which has no control tower. Fueling, flight training and aircraft maintenance services are available from a fixed-base operator.
The airport has a total annual economic output of $12.8 million and supports 60 jobs, including 14 directly tied to on-airport businesses.
More than 28,000 takeoffs and landings take place annually at this airport. There are 193 aircraft based at Lake Elmo.
Direct Jobs: 14
Total Jobs: 60
Total Economic Output $12.8 million
Environmental Review Process
The Metropolitan Airports Commission has begun the environmental review process for Lake Elmo Airport's improvements project.
Learn more about this effort by visiting the project site.
Long Term Planning Documents
Final 2035 Lake Elmo Airport Long Term Comprehensive Plan – adopted by MAC September 2016
The Lake Elmo Airport 2035 LTCP has been finalized and can be downloaded here. Volume 1 contains the report. Volume 2 includes the appendices, including the public comments (and responses) received as part of the community and stakeholder engagement process. All documents are in PDF format and require Adobe Reader© software to read or download.
Volume 1 - Lake Elmo Airport Final 2035 LTCP: Narrative Report
Volume 2 - Lake Elmo Airport Final 2035: Appendices 1-8
Volume 2 - Lake Elmo Airport Final 2035: Appendix 9 - Public Comments
Archived documents related to the 2035 Long Term Comprehensive plan can be found here.