Located in the City of Breezy Point, Breezy Point Airport property includes the runway and adjacent aircraft tie-down areas. The corporation does not own the hangars or storage facilities that are adjacent to the runways.

Licensed Private Airport by the Minnesota Department of Transportation

Owners

The Airport is owned by Breezy Point Airport, Inc., a Minnesota Corporation. Shares of common stock for the corporation can be issued by the board of directors upon the approval of an application by the Board President.  An individual or business that holds at least one share of common stock in the corporation is an “Owner”.

Qualified Pilots

Safety is very important to the Owners of the airport and the community.  In order for any pilot to land or take off from Breezy Point Airport, they must meet the qualification requirements as follows:

  1. Be a current pilot in accordance with state and federal regulations.
  2. Must be an Owner or an Invited Guest to the airport.
  3. Have reviewed the Breezy Point Airport Pilot Briefing in its most current form.

Landing Fees

Members: No fees for landing or parking
Invited Guests: No fees for “Aviation Days” Events
Visiting Pilots: We welcome donations!

Aircraft Parking

There is paved asphalt parking area on the East side at mid-field

Memberships and Rules of Operations
(revised 7-10-2021)
Breezy Point Airport 8MN3 CTAF 122.9

General: 

Our mission: To further the enjoyment of general aviation by providing an airport that is a  safe and valuable member of the surrounding community. 

The Breezy Point Airport, located just northwest of Pelican Lake, is a private airport operated  and maintained by it’s owners. Flight operations are limited to Members that are Qualified  Pilots and their guests. 

Definitions: 

Breezy Point Airport: Located in the City of Breezy Point, Breezy Point Airport property  includes the runway and adjacent aircraft tie-down areas. The corporation does not  own the hangars or storage facilities that are adjacent to the runways. 

Owners: The Airport is owned by Breezy Point Airport, Inc., a Minnesota Corporation.  Shares of common stock for the corporation can be issued by the board of directors  upon the approval of an application by the Board President. An individual or business  that holds at least one share of common stock in the corporation is an “Owner”. 

Qualified Pilots: Safety is very important to the Owners of the airport and the  community. In order for any pilot to land or take off from Breezy Point Airport, they  must meet the qualification requirements as follows: 

  1. Be a current pilot in accordance with state and federal regulations. 
  2. Must be an Owner or an Invited Guest to the airport. 
  3. Have reviewed this “Rules for Operations” in its most current form.

Memberships:  

There are three types of membership to the breezy point airport: 

  1. Equity Membership: Owners automatically receive an Equity membership to the  airport and have full and unlimited use of the airport and its facilities. An Equity  member has the right to invite limited members to visit and use the airport in  accordance with the operating guidelines and as outlined below. 
  2. Annual Membership: Individuals may apply for an Annual Membership by  applying to the Board President and by paying $250. Annual Memberships  entitle the member to unlimited use, in accordance with the Operating  

Guidelines, for the calendar year in which the membership is issued.  

  1. Limited Membership: Individuals may be invited by Equity Members or may  apply by calling the Board President prior to using the airport. Limited Members  may visit the airport no more than 5 times per year and must review the  operating guidelines with an Equity Member prior to landing at 8MN3. Upon  landing, the Limited Member must register their plane and pay a $15 landing fee  and a $5 per night parking fee. This fee covers multiple takeoffs and landings  during the trip. The registration and payment envelopes are located on the  south end of the airport. 

Operations at the Airport: 

As a private airport, the corporation is responsible for all expenses and operations on the  property. Safety, convenience and enjoyment are the three driving factors for the following  operational rules: 

  • The airport has 2,575’ of 50’wide asphalt aligned for 17-35 runways. 
  • The airport elevation is 1,255’. 
  • The approach end of 35 has paving for approximately 550’ before the start of the  runway. This is not a displaced threshold but rather a taxiway that is aligned  with the runway. Operations other than taxiing are not allowed south of the  runway threshold. 
  • Runway 17 has a 100’ displaced threshold at the North end that is in addition to  the 2,575’ in length. You are required to land after this displacement, but the  entire length may be used for takeoffs. Please be aware of wind shear from  trees.  
  • Night operations are not allowed. Normal operating hours are from civil sunrise  to civil sunset. There is no longer any runway lighting or rotating beacon.
  • The airport is approved for VFR operations only. There is no weather reporting  station at the airport, but you can contact nearby airports: 

Pine River (KPWC) weather can be found on 118.525. or call 218-587-3420 PWC is approximately 10NM north of 8MN3. 

Brainerd Airport (KBRD) can be found on 126.775 or call 218-828-3314 

Brainerd is approximately 102NM south of 8MN3 

  • Announcements for BPA arrival & departure should be made on CTAF of 122.9 Please review the FAA sectional charts for towers in the vicinity. 

Be aware of a 473’ tower located approximately 4nm NW of the field. 

  • Wildlife is likely to be in the proximity of the airport. Pilots should use special  care to evaluate runway conditions prior to operations. 
  • The current Airport Manager is Cliff Muller who can be reached at 218-838-3434.  Questions on runway conditions, tie-down areas and usage can be directed to  Cliff. 
  • Failure to comply with these operating procedures, any Government Regulation,  or exhibiting unsafe behavior can result in your loss of privileges for use of the  airport. 

We welcome your interest and look forward to sharing our enthusiasm for flying. Information  on becoming a Shareholder Owner or Member of the airport is available by calling current  president Dale Zoerb at 612-638-1801 

Happy Flying!