MAS InfoAuthor: Sean
Serving the Northeast Denver Area the Miniature Areo Sportsters (MAS) flying site sits on 48 acres with a 500 foot paved runway. The club is open to all who have a current AMA membership. MAS consists of a group of individuals with a common interest in radio control aircraft.
Membership to MAS allows you to fly at our airfield throughout the year and participate with club specific activities. MAS Membership dues is what keeps the airfield in good condition. Annual memberships are due by March 31 of each year.
Current, Active AMA Membership is a requirement to fly at MAS. To register for membership or for a free guest pass please visit our “Become a Member” page on the right. We welcome people from all levels of expertise. Never flown but interested? Sign up for a guest pass!
Club Meetings are on the 4th Thursday of the month at the the location specified on our MAS calendar, which will usually be at the Airfield or Gander Mountain. Meetings start promptly at 7:00 pm. All MAS club members are encouraged to attend meetings, and become actively involved in the clubs’s activities. Visitors are also welcome to attend.
2011 Club Officers
|Vice President||Jeff Griegofirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Board||Earl Keffer||Phone – 303-457-3062|
|Field Maintenance||Earl Keffer||Phone – 303-457-3062|
|Newsletter Editor||Gary Hodgesemail@example.com|
The flying site is located in unincorporated Adams County, north east of DIA. To get there, take Tower Road north to 120th. Go east on 120th past Hayesmount Road. Continue east on 120th and go about a mile. On your left will be gated road that leads over a small hill. This is the entrance to our flying site. If you’re on 120th and you go over a bridge crossing Box Elder Creek, you’ve gone too far. The actual address of the field is 31801 E. 120th Ave.
Regional Area Map
Local Streets Map
Street View of the Airfield entrance