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Welcome to Osceola AeroSport

Browse through our website. We believe that this will give you your first experience to our professionalism, dedication, and overall commitment to flight training. Talk to us and our customers to find out for yourself.

Osceola AeroSport is a leader in flight instruction serving Northwest Wisconsin and East-Central Minnesota and we are a full-service Fixed Base Operation (FBO) at the L.O. Simenstad Municipal Airport (KOEO) in Osceola, Wisconsin. We provide you not only the necessary instruction to learn to fly, but also an in-depth knowledge of flight to make your flying safer and much more enjoyable. We also have on staff a Designated Pilot Examiner.

We take pride in the quality, not quantity, of our lessons - whether it's training on the ground or in the air. We are also proud to have our instructors associated with and certified by the Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College (WITC).

Check out our competitors and compare. We have:
- the resources: airplanes, availability, knowledge
- seasoned instructors who are here for you - not to build hours
- competitive pricing and flexible payment options
- college accredited Private Pilot & Instrument Ground School insructors

Don't wish you were flying; do it.



Wheels and Wings Airport Information Introductory Flight Ground School
The first Saturday after Labor Days. Click here for more details! More than 8,000 people attended last year! This is a huge event!  The Osceola Airport runway is 5005' long, 75' wide, and has a weight bearing capacity of 30,000 pounds! We also provide service to private and corporate jets. Call us to schedule a 30 minute Introductory Flight for just $69. We are available weekends and evening! Call now. Ground School class is held periodically throughout the year. Stay updated and don't miss out on the next start.
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Meet the instructors.

"A good instructor is confident and calm and lets the student fly. A good student
comes prepared, listens, and ask questions. We should be good [pilots] - safe,
knowledgeable, proficient, prepared, and confident."
Mark Twombly, AOPA Pilot, Feb 2007

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