• FAA Safety Briefing Sep/Oct 2014 is Available

    The September/October 2014 issue of FAA Safety Briefing focuses on the world of student pilots and airmen-in-training. As a continuation to our last student pilot-themed edition in 2012, this issue explores additional tips and resources to help provide a successful path to initial pilot certification, as well as provide a refresher to those more experienced aviators

    FAA Safety Briefing  Sep/Oct 2014 is Available
  • NV Air National Guard Operations in the Reno Area

    The Nevada Air National Guard flies the C-130H. Part of it’s mission is training and currency. They have provided pilots in the Reno area with this pamphlet of information covering their training areas and routes.

    NV Air National Guard Operations in the Reno Area
  • Aviation 101 A Free Online Course from Embry-RIddle Aeronautical University

    Whatever your motivation, AVIATION 101 is a great place to start! Enroll in this FREE online course, and proceed at your own pace to learn fundamentals that will give you a head start to your aviation career.

    Aviation 101 A Free Online Course from Embry-RIddle Aeronautical University
  • Time to pay your membership dues!

    The Charter of your Reno-Stead Airport Association specifies that membership dues ($20) are paid each year in June. You may either pay your dues online through this website by clicking on the Join/Renew menu item in the menu bar and use either a Paypal account or credit card. Or you may deliver a check to… [Continue Reading]

    Time to pay your membership dues!

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.