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We wish you a warm welcome to Skypark, the flying community.  Here at Skypark, flying is a way of life where the whole family can enjoy aviation at its best.

Skypark is a privately owned airport located in northeastern Ohio just 35 miles south of Cleveland Oh and 5 miles west of Wadsworth.  The airport is registered on the state of Ohio’s list of historical places as the first residential airpark in the state.

Skypark is a dream, born of yearning for a compatibility of home and airplane finally realized in a residential airport where the family, auto, and family aircraft can share the same garage, driveway and street.

Skypark is more than an airport, more than a residential development, it’s a place to enjoy a fantastic hobby and meet interesting people.

Our pilots come from all over northeast and north central Ohio. From places such as Wadsworth, Medina, Wooster, Cleveland, Akron, Canton, Kent, Cuyahoga Falls, Barberton, and Mansfield OH.  We’ve even had students come from outside the state of Ohio to receive flight instruction at Skypark!

People as young and old have learned to fly at Skypark.  If you’ve been thinking about taking flying lessons Skypark is just the place for you.  Our experienced instructors can take you from a novice through your private pilot’s license to your instrument, commercial and multi-engine rating.  If you have the desire to teach others how to fly we can help you achieve your certified flight instructors CFI rating and then move on to the instrument instructor CFII and multi-engine instructors CFI-MEI rating.

For those who enjoy group activities, a dinner flight to a distant city or a backyard barbecue against the backdrop of aircraft taking flight, Skypark’s the place!

The pilot who flies a Skypark will find the activities centering around the family.  From a dance in the community room to the kiddie’s parachute drop at the summer celebration, Skypark abounds with activities of interest for all ages.

 


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