• Thunderbirds Will Fly in Minden

    The United States Air Force Thunderbirds will perform at the 2015 Aviation Roundup in Minden, Nevada, Aug. 22-23. The airshow is a recent addition to the Thunderbirds’ 2015 schedule, which previously announced the team would perform 71 demonstrations in 39 locations.

    Thunderbirds Will Fly in Minden
  • Winter 2015 Reno-Stead Airport Association Newsletter

    Winter 2015 issue of the Reno-Stead Airport Association Newsletter. Articles include coverage of the RTAA Tenant Survey Results, local and national aviation-related news stories and an article on Cargo Operations at Anchorage International Airport (PANC).

    Winter 2015 Reno-Stead Airport Association Newsletter
  • Free FAA Written Test Prep Class

    Do you know a student between 15-21 who would like to reach for the sky by getting their pilot’s license? Then this is the free class for them. Space is limited to 25 students so enroll quick!!

  • Jan/Feb Issue of FAA Safety Briefing Magazine is Available

    The January/February 2015 issue of FAA Safety Briefing looks at all things airspace and air traffic control. Articles highlight important “rules of the sky” and cover the exciting technology changes in our National Airspace System.

    Jan/Feb Issue of FAA Safety Briefing Magazine is Available

Welcome To The Reno-Stead Airport Association

The Reno-Stead Airport, formerly Reno Army Air Base and then Stead Air Force Base was turned over to the city of Reno in 1966 and is now operated by the Reno-Tahoe Airport Authority . It is the premier general aviation airport in Northern Nevada and is a reliever airport for Reno-Tahoe International Airport.

The Reno-Stead Airport Association (RSAA) was formed in 1996 by business owners and tenants on the Reno-Stead Airport who felt that a legal entity would be the best solution to insuring airport user input to development and use plans for Reno-Stead.

RSAA’s mission is to insure that all Tenants have the opportunity to speak in a united voice to the Reno Tahoe Airport Authority (owner of the airfield facility), the Federal Aviation Administration and the Local Governments relative to safe and affordable flying in Northern Nevada, while also enriching and promoting the reputation of General Aviation within our community.

Membership in RSAA is open to all individuals who use or wish to support the Reno-Stead Airport.