Information for those attending the
PRA International Convention,
A Admissions, Entrance, Information
B PRA Office, Memberships, Help, Information
C AvGas, Fueling
D Gyroplane Vendors, Demo Ride Registrations
E Cantina, PRA Concession, Shaded Tables.
F Mobile Office, Pilot Briefings, Seminars, PRA Meetings
G Flight Line Viewing Area, Operations Viewing
I Hangars, Swap Meet, Tower
J Restrooms, Showers
K PRA Rotorcraft Museum, Swap Meet, PRA Merchandise
L Flight Line Viewing Area, Contest Registration, Gyro Tie Down
M Helicopter Vendors, Helicopter Tie Down, Helicopter Operations
N Fixed Wing Tie Down
O Parking, Camping, Swap Meet, Flight Viewing Area
Tips / Info / Advise
Visit the Official PRA Web Site: www.pra.org
Mentone info page: https://www.pra.org/index.php?module=announce&ANN_user_op=view&ANN_id=18
DON'T BE SHY. Walk up and introduce yourself to fellow enthusiasts.
The flight line and the Cantina are a great place to converse.
Bring folding chairs, Sun block, Shade, Binoculars, Cameras, Baseball Caps and "Mole Skins" (product is made by Dr. Scholls).
Sign up for Demo Rides as early as possible, keep in touch with ride coordinators.
If you are a pilot and plan to fly in the local airspace contact the
PRA before the convention to make sure you have met air show requirements.
All pilots must attend pilot briefing every morning or you can not fly in the designated zones.
The FAA requires the PRA to register pilots and proof of competency for flying at the "Air Show".
Please contact the PRA in advance to make sure you have the required paperwork.
Check with PRA about trips to the helicopter museum (Bell Helicopter) in Mentone.
Purchase banquet tickets early.
Stay away from the active flight line, do not cross the ropes.
Most vendors leave Saturday night and early Sunday, plan to visit vendors on Friday and Saturday.
Purchasing food at the Cantina supports the PRA
Buy a PRA Mentone Programme for Seminar Times and Important event info.
To buy AD space in the 05 Mentone Programme contact Tom Milton or Greg Gremminger.
Contact PRA office to volunteer help.
Golf carts, scooters and mopeds are great for getting around the airport.
Do not touch any aircraft or equipment without permission from the owner.
Please be courteous of the airport neighbors.
The houses adjacent to the airport are privately owned and should not have their land trespassed on or be flown over low.
Bring your log book or buy one. Demo ride time counts a Duel Training for FAA requirements!
Shade tents can be setup near the flight line, bring-em if you can.
209 McDonald Dr.
3014 Frontage Road
289 McDonald Dr., Rochester, IN 46975-8029 | Map
12.6 Miles Southwest of Mentone (City Center)
3328 East Center Street, Warsaw, IN 46580 | Map
12.8 Miles East of Mentone (City Center)
Additional Reference Maps:
New Visitors Pictorial Guide to the PRA International Convention at Mentone Indiana.
"Rotors... The only way to fly"