Fly Minnesota Airports Passport Program
Fly Minnesota Airports is a program sponsored by the Minnesota Department of Transportation – Aeronautics and the Minnesota Council of Airports to promote general aviation in Minnesota.
This program rewards any FAA licensed pilot from any state who flies to Minnesota’s public-use airports, attends safety seminars, and visit Minnesota’s aviation museums. Fly Minnesota Airports program promotes safety, education, and encourages pilots to practice approaches and landings in many different environments. It’s also a great way to support general aviation airports, businesses, and tourism.
Just visit one of the airports listed in this passport and place the airport stamp in the appropriate box for the airport. The stamps are located near the weather computer. If you are unable to get a stamp at a Minnesota airport due to it missing, ask an airport operator (if available) to sign and date your passport and/or take a digital photo in front of the airport sign or the arrival/departure building.
Fly Minnesota Airports! is a program sponsored by MnDOT Aeronautics and the Minnesota Council of Airports to promote general aviation in Minnesota.
This program rewards pilots who fly to Minnesota’s public-use airports, attend FAA safety seminars, and visit Minnesota’s aviation museums.
- The program is open to any FAA licensed pilot.
- Participants are not required to be Minnesota Residents.
- Pilots may earn three different levels of recognition awards by flying into airports, attending FAA safety seminars and visiting Minnesota’s aviation attractions.
Participation levels and awards
|Level & Award
Fly MN Cap and Pin
Fly MN Flight Bag
Fly MN Leather Jacket