is the North Dakota Aviation Council?
The North Dakota Aviation Council was founded in 1983 by six
aviation organizations interested in promoting aviation in the state
and presenting their concerns before government and the general
public. It was founded with the notion that solutions to problems
facing aviation can be best served by consolidating and working
together rather than struggling as independent
special interest groups. The NDAC seeks to serve business aviation
professionals by providing a forum for the exchange of information,
ideas, and experience among their peers-pilots, agricultural
operators, airport managers, FBO’s, aviation mechanics, educators
and aviation museums in Fargo and Minot.
Advancing the goals of the member organization is an important
function of the annual Upper Midwest Aviation Symposium.
Over the years the Council has become an influential voice for the
flying public and aviation services in North Dakota. By combining
our talents and resources, we are set to explore answers to the most
pressing issues of today to ready ourselves for the exciting
aviation world of tomorrow.
To communicate the issues, the happenings locally, statewide and on
the national scene, the Council provides to the memberships of all
organizations the “North Dakota Aviation Quarterly”. This
publication has been in existence for twenty years, providing
information to all of North Dakota aviation and Jet Sharing.