Minnesota Civil Air Patrol
The MN Wing Headquarters Training and Maintenance Facility is located on South St Paul Fleming Field Airport and is available for training with prior arrangements. All scheduling of either the terminal building or hangar for training events should be done through the Wing Administrator, by calling the Wing Headquarters (651)-291-0462
Visit Site: www.mncap.org
Commemorative Air Force – Minnesota Wing
Based at Fleming Field, the CAF is dedicated to the preservation and education of aviation, aircraft, and other historically important artifacts. The Wing participates in numerous civic events and functions each year and sponsors several educational activities. New members and volunteers are always encouraged and welcome to become a part of the Minnesota Wing. The hangar and museum are open to the public Wednesdays and Saturdays from 10am-4pm. Admission is free of charge. Call 651-455-6942 for more information.
EAA Chapter 1229
Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) Chapter 1229 is the second EAA chapter to have been based here at Fleming Field. EAA Chapter 1229 meets the 3rd Tuesday of every month at 7 pm. at the Fleming Field terminal building. The Chapter also provides Young Eagle Rides for kids ages 8-17 in the spring and fall during their pancake breakfast. For more information, contact:
Greg Bauer (651) 292-9497
Visit Site: www.southsaintpauleaa.org
Fleming Field Aviation Association (FFAA)
FFAA is an organization comprised of local tenant and aircraft owners here at Fleming Field. The FFAA looks out for the best interest of airport users and promotion of the airport as a whole. The FFAA meets in the Fleming Field terminal building on the 1st Tuesday of the month on even months at 7 p.m.
Minnesota Seaplane Pilots Association (MSPA)
MSPA promotes seaplane flying and safety programs pertaining to seaplane operation throughout the State of Minnesota. They promote a forum for the purpose of approaching governmental agencies, to educate said agencies, the legislature and the public in the understanding of seaplane operation, and to create safe and compatible seaplane base facilities in the State of Minnesota.
Visit Site: www.mnseaplanes.com
Twin Cities Aero Historians (TCAH)
The Twin City Aero Historians meet on the second Saturday of each month at Fleming Field terminal building in South St. Paul. Meetings start at 1:30 pm. Meeting activities include club contests, speakers, raffle and “show and tell” where members bring their latest models and talk about them. Owners of several well known modeling stores are members of our club and bring their wares to the meetings.
The IMC Club is a membership based organization focused on instrument rated pilots and flight instructors, with a network of chapters throughout the nation. At IMC Club our purpose is to promote instrument flying, proficiency and safety. Along with IFR flying and monthly local chapter meetings, we offer a resource rich website which provides an electronic experience base. Our intent is to create a community of pilots in order to share information, provide recognition foster communications, promote safety and build proficiency in instrument flying. See the “Upcoming Events” page for meeting dates/times.
Minnesota Military Figures Society
The Minnesota Military Figure Society was founded in 1973 as a club and resource to promote the art and craft of historical scale modeling. Our interests include figures, armored fighting vehicles, aircraft, ships, dioramas, and science fiction subjects. Currently there are around 45 members from throughout the Twin Cities area as well as Rochester, MN, and Amery, WI. The club meets at 7:30 p.m. the second Friday of each month at Fleming Field Municipal Airport Terminal Building, 1725 Henry Street, South St. Paul. Modelers of all ages and skill levels are welcome.
The MN Aviation History and Education Center
The MN Aviation History and Education Center is dedicated to preserving the history of Aviation in Minnesota. We are located on South St. Paul Airport (Fleming Field).
Visit Site: Minnesota Aviation History and Education Center
Rich Valley Radio Control Club
Rich Valley R/C Club is a group of people who share the hobby of Radio Controlled model aircraft construction and flight. Our Club is open to any individual who shares this interest. We have been a Club since 1985, when a group of about 18 people who had been flying together on some public land near County 71 and Rich Valley Blvd. in Inver Grove Heights decided to organize themselves. They applied for an Academy of Model Aeronautics Sanction, and were approved. Rich Valley R/C Club was born!
Located at 17698 Northfield Boulevard, Hastings, Minnesota. From Highway 61, follow Highway 47 (160th Street) west about 3 miles, where it will turn south towards Northfield. The field is approximately 1.5 miles south of this intersection on Highway 47, on the east side of the highway. Entrance is marked with a sign reading “Tom Norman Field, Home of Rich Valley R/C Club”.
From Highway 52, follow Highway 46 east to Highway 47 and go south (about 1.5 miles). Field is on the East side of the highway. Entrance is marked with a sign reading “Tom Norman Field, Home of Rich Valley R/C Club”.
Visit Site: Rich Valley Radio Control Club
Minnesota Rotorcraft Club PRA Chapter 17
On behalf of the Minnesota Rotorcraft Club/PRA Chapter 17 we would like to thank you for visiting our website. Our club members would like to extend an invitation to join us at an upcoming meeting. MRC Chapter 17 is a nonprofit organization that is dedicated in the promotion, education, safety and history of homebuilt rotorcraft. Our club members come from all walks of life each contributing to the success of our club. MRC Chapter 17 meets monthly and our times and locations can be found by visiting our home page.
If you are interested in homebuilt rotorcraft and or flying one currently, please feel free to stop in and meet the members of the Minnesota Rotorcraft Club PRA Chapter 17.
Visit Site: Minnesota Rotorcraft Club