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Minneapolis Center Split Information

Sector 11
MSP_11_CTR
Sector 5
MSP_11_CTR
Sector 13
MSP_11_CTR
Sector 7
MSP_11_CTR
Sector 17
MSP_11_CTR

MSP_11_CTR

Primary controls the entirety of ZMP airspace from SFC-FL600. During high-traffic situations when multiple CTR positions are online, MSP_11_CTR typically controls the region shaded in green, and handles the TORGY and BAINY arrivals into KMSP.

07_CTR & 17_CTR

Only open during high-traffic or event split periods. MSP_17_CTR controls the southern portion of ZMP airspace, shaded in dark blue. This sector may be sectorized further with MSP_07_CTR handling traffic SFC-FL230, and MSP_17_CTR controlling FL240-FL600. These two sectors handle the NITZR and BLUEM arrivals into KMSP.

05_CTR & 13_CTR

Only open during high-traffic or event split periods. MSP_13_CTR controls the eastern portion of ZMP airspace, shaded in light blue. This sector may be sectorized further with MSP_05_CTR handling traffic SFC-FL230, and MSP_13_CTR controlling FL240-FL600. These two sectors handle the KKILR and MUSCL arrivals into KMSP.

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