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2015 Minnesota Aviation Art Contest

This year theme is "World Air Games". All children (entrants) must be residents of Minnesota. Entries eligibility is for children between the ages of 6-17 by December 31, 2014. The format required is on 11 by 17 paper and artwork must NOT be framed or outlined with border.

2015 Minnesota Aviation Maintenance Technician Conference

March 30-31, 2015 | Earle Brown Heritage Center | Brooklyn Center 55430

Summer Aerospace Workshop for Teachers

This free workshop is a great opportunity for teachers to learn more about the aerospace industry and how to teach students about aviation. Space is limited to 24 teachers, so register now!
June 22-25, 2015
Minneosta Department of Transprotation - Office of Aeronautics
222 E. Plato Blvd.
St. Paul, MN 55107
For more information about this free workshop, please see the flyer (PDF, 458 KB).

Airport Directory Mailing List Opt Out

If you are a Minnesota aircraft owner who does not want to receive a paper copy of the MN Airport Directory and Travel Guide, please select this link to our opt out form.

2015 Airport Directory and Travel Guide Changes

MnDOT Aeronautics is making changes to the 2015 Airport Directory and Travel Guide.

Aircraft Registration Fees Have Changed

As of July 1, 2014, a new law has changed your aircraft registration fees.
Learn more about Aircraft Registration fees changes (PDF, 65 KB).

Minnesota Aviation Equipment Taxes Survey

Please give Aeronautics and the Legislature your Input!

Fly Minnesota Passport Program

Fly Minnesota Airports is a program sponsored by MnDOT Aeronautics and the Minnesota Council of Airports (MCOA) to promote general aviation in Minnesota.


The Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT),office of Aeronautics has a program for airports and their communities called Adopt-An-Airport. Any public-use airport in Minnesota is eligible to participate in the program.

Transportation Economic Development Program

This program is a joint effort between the Minnesota Department of Transportation and Department of Employment and Economic Development, It is designed to address both the state’s transportation system needs and economic development objectives; to create and preserve well-paying jobs across the state. All airports are encouraged to apply.