Welcome to Wings of the North
wings Sweepstakes 2021!
Our second annual sweepstakes is on final! The grand prize is $30,000 or a J5-A Piper Cub! The drawing is October 23rd.
We are happy to report our first prize a PJ2 Handheld COM Radio, goes to Rebecca Fritz! Our second prize of a Clarity Aloft Headset has been awarded to Brad Smith! The third prize- a Garmin Aera 660 was claimed by Dave Schlick! The winner of the SP-400 radio is Patrick Finley! Wade Outka has won the Bose A20 Aviation Headset! These winners will have their names put back in the mix to be eligible for the GRAND PRIZE. Get your tickets now!
At WOTN, we believe in four core values that guide our efforts. They are:
• Love of Education
• Love of Industry
• Love of People
• Love of Flying
our Collection - Love of education
Our extensive collection features flying and static aircraft in addition to multiple displays, vehicles, a gallery and a gift shop.
Wings Restorations - love of industry
We are excited about the many projects going on in our restoration hangar which include planes and other historical artifacts. While Covid has complicated the process, we continue to make headway on the BT-15 and hope to start in earnest on the AT-11 soon after.
Our Volunteers! – Love Of People
Our Working Collection – Love Of Flying
Air Mail – News From Wings of the North
7500 tickets sold for Wings of the North AirExpo21 Presidents Message Thank you to all our fans. The Wings of the North AirExpo21 was a huge success to put it mildly! Public turnout for the show was at an all-time high, and we saw many happy faces walking among the...
Wings of the North - AirExpo2021 - Come for planes, stay for the heroes. Presidents Message Wings of the North is happy to be open to the public and Coming At You as we present AirExpo2021, July 24-25 at Flying Cloud Airport in Eden Prairie, MN. Join us as we...
Presidents Message: As Minnesota and our nation continue to receive vaccine treatments, our Governor is carefully relaxing restrictions on public activity while being cautiously optimistic to return to a new normal. Our volunteer staff continue to press forward...