A one page print-ready handout about ultralight flying in the United States. Great for
fly-ins, carnivals, air shows and more! Print one out!












Our global chat group on Facebook. Try it out!












Great site for winds aloft. Try it out!














If you love airplanes and the history of flight, you cant come to Dayton without visiting the U.S. Air Force Museum – the oldest and largest military aviation museum in the world. And best of all ... its free. Check it out here.
Flying into Moraine Airpark for the first time?
Check out the website and Skyvector
for info.

Runways 08/26
3,500 x 65 ft
Elevation 720 msl
Unicom 122.7
Lighted
Left traffic
Levy both ends of runway
Grorge Bockerstette, Mgr
937-866-2489



Billed as "Aviation's Busiest Marketplace." You may find your next airplane there.Find them here.
The Experimental Aircraft Association is a community of aviation enthusiasts who promote and support
recreational flying in the United States. A section devoted specifically to ultralights, and a first rate 
membership organization. Oshkosh by gosh. Ultalight section here.
The United States Ultralight Association represents ultralight and light sport aviation in the U.S. Check out the resources available. Go here.



Winds aloft, precipitation, fronts ... make sure you are briefed before you head to the hangar. Go here.

A great place for flight planning (beware of disclaimers), calculate distance, headings, etc. Many light flyers couldn't live without it. Go here.

Airspace is restricted and ultralight pilots must know where they can safely, and legally, fly. Get it here.
Anyone who flies an ultralight must be familiar with these rules and regs. Get them here.
Located on the field at Moraine, Buckeye Aviation offers aircraft service, maintenenance and inspections including major and minor repairs or alterations, STC's and non routine work. Learn more here.














Air-Tech is a full time, full service aircraft operation. Parts, sales and services specializing in Quicksilver.