• Drone Operations Feb 26-28, 2019

    Subject to coordination with Army Guard ops and the whims of our weather, Drone America plans to fly next week, Tuesday – Thursday, Feb 26-28.

    Drone Operations Feb 26-28, 2019
  • Runway Safety Video

    Today the Runway Safety Office asked me to share a video with you, our flying community, about landing on the wrong surface. It’s particularly applicable if you use RNO frequently, or another airport with parallel runways.

    Runway Safety Video
  • Main Gate Construction at Stead

    Beginning early February there will be construction around the Stead Main Gate entrance.

    Main Gate Construction at Stead
  • Jan/Feb 2019 Issue of FAA Safety Briefing Magazine is Available

    The January/February 2019 issue of FAA Safety Briefing focuses on Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B) technology.

    Jan/Feb 2019 Issue of FAA Safety Briefing Magazine is Available
  • NAS Fallon is Trying to Modify Their Training Airspace.

    NAS Fallon is in the process of getting approval to modify their training airspace. The changes could make it very difficult to fly east to several locations. Comments are open to voice your opinion about their proposed changes.

    NAS Fallon is Trying to Modify Their Training Airspace.
  • Nov/Dec Issue of FAA Safety Briefing Magazine is Available

    The November / December 2018 “Birds of a Different Feather” issue of FAA Safety Briefing Magazine explores the tremendous diversity of general aviation and encourages you to expand your aviation horizons and appreciate the many ways in which you can “enjoy the ride.”

    Nov/Dec 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 ensuring airport user input to development and use plans for Reno-Stead.

RSAA’s mission is to ensure 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.