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Articles from the April 1, 2017 edition

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 By C.M Swanson    News    April 1, 2017

Here's your invitation to Aviation Day at the Capitol

Aviation enthusiasts from the region will gather April 26 at the Capitol in St. Paul to look their state legislators in the eye, offer a warm handshake, and establish (or refresh) a personal... Full story

 By C.M. Swanson    News    April 1, 2017

Meet Me in Moose Lake

For years, Michael J. Grzincich kept a photograph his mother gave him of his four-year-old self sitting in the cockpit of his grandfather's 1964 Cessna 172F. "I remember seeing that plane," said... Full story

 By Noel Allard    News    April 1, 2017

Minnesota's ten most important aviation pioneers – part 7 Charles Lindbergh 1902-1974

If you have heard the name Charles Lindbergh, you already know why he is so well known. His May 20-21, 1927 solo flight, ninety years ago this May, from New York to Paris is perhaps the single most... Full story

 By Jim Hanson    Jim Hanson    April 1, 2017

#323--The Murphy Rebel

The Hiners had previously built a CH-300-and also completed a set of amphibious floats for it. Like every other floatplane operator, they were always looking for an aircraft with MORE-more range, more... Full story

 By C.M. Swanson    News    April 1, 2017

Allard passes banquet management baton to Rohlfing

When people take their places at the Minnesota Aviation Hall of Fame Banquet on April 22 at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Bloomington, regular attendees will notice a marked change. Since its inception i... Full story

 By C.M. Swanson    News    April 1, 2017

GMAG 2017 moves to Saturday/Sunday time frame

Look for a few changes in the Fourth Annual Great Minnesota Aviation Gathering (GMAG) coming April 29-30 to the Anoka County Blaine Airport (KANE). "Something new this year is, we are holding it on a... Full story

 By Laura Herrmann    News    April 1, 2017


We all enjoy aviation whether it be a few laps in the pattern, a trip with friends for lunch or visiting family out of state. But, many pilots reach a point in their aviation career when they begin to wonder if there is something more. And, that's... Full story

 By C.M. Swanson    News    April 1, 2017

Sea Plane Safety Seminar to splash down up north

Minnesota Sea Plane Pilots Association's Spring Sea Plane Safety Seminar will be splashing down on May 19-21 at Madden's Resort at Gull Lake...especially Saturday afternoon during the accuracy... Full story


Airport of the Month

Milaca is a shortened version of Mille Lacs. The name, given to an area in Central Minnesota by 18th century French traders, translates as “Thousand Lakes”. Milaca is the seat of Mille Lacs... Full story


Aeromedical Forum

Last month we took a look at some of the provisions of BasicMed, a new way to legally fly without a Third Class Medical Certificate. We talked about the restrictions on aircraft type and operation as... Full story


Mystery Airplane

PZL or Panstwowe Zaklady Lotnicze was established in January 1928 to be Poland's main aircraft design and manufacturing concern. Known in the early 1930's for a series of parasol wing monoplane... Full story

 By C.M. Swanson    News    April 1, 2017

Hardy folks make river landings in Warroad

Warroad Lions Club held their 39th Annual Fly-In Breakfast in February, bringing in a wide variety of aircraft from around the regions. Landings were on the Warroad River. God weather, fantastic... Full story

 By Staff    Events   

Upcoming Events

Check this column each month to see that dates have not been canceled or changed. Send notices of events at least six weeks in advance of publication to the Minnesota Flyer, P.O. Box 750. Sandstone. MN 55072-0750 or mnflyer@cpinternet.com or... Full story


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