The airport has a contract air traffic control tower, a 4,855-foot north-south runway and a 4,001-foot east-west runway. Two full-service operators and a number of single-service operators are based at the airport.
The airport supports more than 132,000 takeoffs and landings annually. There are 490 aircraft based at the airport.
Through a unique agreement, Anoka County has proposed leasing a 39-acre northwest building area for storage and commerical hangars from the MAC. The county could then sublease the acreage to a private developer, which would complete the site preparation, connect to sewer, water and storm sewers, and build alleyways and hangars. The county would need to build and maintain a road to the new building area and maintain all the improvements during the 28 to 30 year lease term.
Other planned improvements at the Anoka County-Blaine Airport include improved instrumentation, the possible addition of runways parallel to each existing runway, and an extension of the existing east-west runway to 5,000 feet. Development of aircraft hangar and storage on the east, west and possibly south sides of the airport are also possible in the future.