LaPorte Municipal Airport
Indiana’s Friendliest Airport
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A record number of 63 students attended camp in 2017, including 16 high school students. A contingent of 26 volunteers helped throughout the week – including pilots, speakers, teachers, and assistants. A huge Thank-You goes out to our sponsors: The LaPorte Aero Club; Braje, Nelson & Janes; General Insurance Services; LaPorte Aviation Services; and Woolpert. Without their financial assistance, camp fees would be considerably higher. Click the above link for pictures and more information. If you would like to receive 2018 camp information as soon as it’s available, email: email@example.com.
Join us for the final “Lunch on the Fly” of 2017. We’ve averaged 67 people at 13 planes each week. If you’ve joined us in the past, we’d love to see you again. If you’ve been saying “I should go to that one of these days” – then here’s your chance!
May – September: 7 am – 5 pm Central Time
October – April: 7 am – 6 pm Central Time
Christmas and New Years Day
LaPorte airport is conveniently located 3 miles south of the city of LaPorte. It sits less than 20 miles from the shores of Lake Michigan.and a little over an hours drive to down town Chicago.