Fleming Field is the only non-MAC reliever airport in the metropolitan area. We give a first class terminal building for pilots and passengers and without fail the most competitive fuel prices in the metro area. The City of South St. Paul, Minnesota owns and manages Fleming Field.
Please be advised; There are TWO airports in the Twin Cities Area that have St. Paul in their name: Downtown St. Paul (KSTP) and South St. Paul Municipal (KSGS). Please make sure that you are using the right airport code to plan your flight. Our runway is 4002′ long. We wouldn’t want you to plan for rental cars etc, and find out that you are landing at a different airport.
Whether your intentions are to stay for a while or just simply passing through, Fleming Field offers the utmost courteous, economical and efficient way to fly in the Twin Cities.
We have had some requests for hosting of weddings on the airport. Unfortunately, we do not have any hangar space available for these functions. We can host a small reception for 40 – 50 people in our conference room. Please understand that we cannot allow any alcohol at any events in our conference room or terminal.
If you Lease any land or building(s) on the airport we need a GOOD Phone, Address AND email contact for you. We routinely have information to send out and if we don’t have a way to contact you, we cannot get the information to you on time.
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- May 10, 2016, 6:00 pm: Airport Advisory Commission Meeting
- May 11, 2016, 7:00 am: Professional Education Resources
Hangar 1 and the Bow-String Hangars
Ramp & Apron Area
B-25 Mitchell Bomber
CAF B-25 Mitchell
Airside of our Terminal
The Airport South to North
Our Waiting Area
Another view of our terminal
Commemorative Marker for our namesake.
The landside view of our terminal
Our Terminal from the air.
Award Ceremony for youth artists.
Youth Artwork MnDOT Calendars.
Aircraft models in the terminal.
2014 Winter Carnival King Arriving
2014 Winter Carnival Crowd
2014 Winter Carnival Crowd
2014 Winter Carnival Fighters
2015 Relay for Life
Looking West to East on our ramp to the Relay for Life encampment.
Relay for Life Track
Part of the 1/4 mile track that was laid out for participants.
Relay for Life Entertainment
The Entertainment/stage area.
Relay for Life Camp
Some of the tents that participants brought.
Relay for Life Camp #2
More of the tents.
Banner Plane headed towards State Fair.
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