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This site has been been created for the benefit of every pilot, mechanic, aviation enthusiast or traveller interested in grass root flying at it's best! and will enable the visitor to obtain basic information about the airport, view images and keep udated about events happening at the field.

Cushing Field really started when the owner, ex TWA Captain 'Bud' Cushing opened a flying school back in 1983
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Since that time the airfield has attracted adventurers from around the globe with hundreds of pilots of all nationalities passing through it's hangar doors. At first, only general aviation single and multiengine aircraft were available, but now these have been joined by light sport, ultra lights and trikes, making flying fun and affordable!

The field is a private, public access airport, where introductory flights, flight training and aircraft sales are carried out and where general aviation pilots, flying enthusiasts and members of the public are made to feel welcome.

Perhaps your new to flying? If so, you can obtain information and advice on all aspects of the general aviation and sports pilot scene,  including all the flying, licensing and certification requirements.


At over 2800ft in length it's one of the few remaining grass strips able to accomodate most general aviation aircraft and can provide all the facilities required of the visiting pilot, including  maintenance, airframe & engine parts and assessories, tie-downs and storage, plus toilets, space for camping and easy access to local  restaurants and motels. Fuel is also available at the nearby Washburn/Morris airport.

Cushing Field is also host to the annual trike fest fly-in for trike pilots en-route to the Wisconcin Air Venture Show at Oshkosh (which lies 147.91nm north) with this event growing in popularity every year!

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This website is privately run and is not approved, endorsed or supported by the owners and operators of Cushing Field. The information contained within the site is general in nature and should not be relied on for navigation purposes.