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Flight Training


Become an Pilot

Does taking fun weekend adventures, entertaining friends and family with airplane rides, or achieving a skill few others ever will, sound exciting? Our learn to fly page will help you get some answers to the questions you may have concerning flight training.

Save Money, Affordable Fast Track Financing

Don't let financing slow you down in your progress to achieve your goals. AOPA Finance offers financing options that can have a positive effect on how quick you earn your pilot's license. image

For as little as $100-200 a month, you can gain financing for your flight training.

Dakota Wings proudly operates out of KGWR - Roger Melroe Field, which is located in Gwinner North Dakota. The Gwinner Airport provides an ideal training environment for your flight training and aerial needs.

Aerial Application


Contact Dakota Wings to see how we can help you in your spray needs. We can work out a plan to get you the service you need in your farming operation. Take advantage of the Ag-Cat's ability to cover your field quickly and accurately. Aerial application is often one of the safest, fastest and most efficient, and most economical way to get the job done. Contact us today to see how we can help.

Get the Facts

**Data pulled from NAAA
  • Aerial application is often the only, or most economical, method for timely pesticide application. It permits large and often remote areas to be treated rapidly, far faster than any other form of application.
  • When wet soil conditions, rolling terrain or dense plant foliage prevents other methods of treating an area, aerial application may be the only remaining method of pest treatment.
  • Aerial application is conducive to higher crop yields, as it is non-disruptive to the crop by treating above it and not within it.
  • Aerial application does not cause soil compaction, hence preventing soil runoff.
  • The aerial application of crop protection products results in greater harvest yields of crops. This in turn results in less land being used for agricultural production, hence the preservation of important wetland and forest eco-systems important to carbon sequestration and habitat to threatened and endangered species.
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