NOTAM: Important Information on Policies and Procedures During JAC Closure

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        NOTAM: Important Information on Policies and Procedures During JAC Closure

        Driggs Airport

        Adventure In The Sky

        Driggs Airport is your gateway to the backcountry

        Driggs Airport is a General Aviation Airsport paradise providing access to some of the best flying in the world.

        Driggs Airport (KDIJ) is situated in Teton Valley, just to the West of Jackson Hole,WY, to the south of Yellowstone, and east of the amazing Idaho Frank Church Wilderness.

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        Enter this contest to test your Ballooning Knowledge and win a free balloon ride with Elevated Ballooning.....

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        New Airport Board Member

        We are pleased to welcome new Airport Board Member Iain Mulholland. Originally in Belfast, Northern Ireland, Iain has called the Western US home for the last twenty years. His day job is Chief of Staff to one of Google's leaders, but he'd rather be flying!

        Driggs & Teton Valley: Thank you for your patience!

        We all hear it! And we hear you! During this temporary surge in air traffic, we appreciate everyone's patience and calmness. 


        Our neighbors at the Jackson Hole Airport (JAC) will be closed from April 11 to June 27, 2022 for runway repairs.  New Landing Fees and other noise abatement measures aim to mitigate the impact of increased plane traffic during the closure.

        Approach flying like a fighter pilot with Angle of Attack

        Every sortie in the Navy we trained to use our Angle of Attack (AoA) indicator in all our flight regimes, especially landing aboard the aircraft carrier.  Even in general aviation (GA), flying with an AoA indicator is a safer, more precise and more comfortable way to fly.  This is especially true in the backcountry.  This article will explain why.

        How not to start learning aerobatics!

        Let us start by saying perhaps I did not choose the easiest route and I never expected to fully embrace aerobatics because, I hate to admit it, but I was afraid of flying.  I had no problem building and flying R/C planes but putting my life in a real plane that I was in charge of seemed to be where I drew the line.

        Youth flight opportunities

        There are several opportunities organized by the local Experimental Aircraft Association in Teton Valley for young people to fly for free.

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        Airport Headquarters
        253 Warbird Lane
        Driggs, Idaho 83422


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