Snowbird Brochure

Click here for the downloadable pdf for Snowbird!

Steamboat 2015 Race Results
'A' Men's Giant Slalom 'A' Women's Giant Slalom
'A' Men's Slalom 'A' Women's Slalom
'A' Men's Combined 'A' Women's Combined
'B' Men's Giant Slalom 'B' Women's Giant Slalom
'B' Men's Slalom 'B' Women's Slalom
'B' Men's Combined 'B' Women's Combined
Men's Snowboard Women's Snowboard
Steamboat Springs 2015 Event Info

The Steamboat Springs 2015 event information is posted.  Click HERE for all the information.  Keep in mind that there will be some changes along the way.  We'll do our best to keep you posted.


You can also download the e-brochure here.

Good times in Jackson Hole, WY 2015

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Rest In Peace Chuck Wagner


It is with heavy heart and much grief to announce that last week we lost a great man, a dear friend and our NAASF president, Chuck Wagner. Chuck worked hard for us for years, wearing many hats within our organization, serving as our President for the last 2 1/2 years. He will be missed by us all. His dream was to make NAASF popular again, to spread the word to get new members to join us at skiweek and above all see to it that NAASF lives on long after we are gone. His legacy and hard work will be difficult to follow, but I promise you I will continue the direction he was leading us in. As Vice President I'm expected to fill his position and will gladly do so to honor Chuck and his legacy. I will miss our practical jokes, our lighthearted banter and most of all our great friendship. He will live on in our hearts, he might be gone but will never be forgotten. My thoughts and prayers are with Linda and his family in this extremely difficult time. I would like to dedicate the 2015 season to Chuck and and ask that we all take part in celebrating his life, a journey that for him ended much to soon. Rest in piece my friend, and we will all work together to further the organization that you gave so much to.

-Are Johnson

Summer Meeting Info

Here's the plan for the June 26th summer meeting/party. The meeting will start at 1:00pm and the party will officially start at 5:00pm. Please spread the word for the party to anyone who might want to socialize. Lets keep the meeting to those who are there for NAASF business.

Meeting agenda:


2016 ski weeks

Election of officers


Grilling of hamburgers,chicken,brats.
Sides of coleslaw, beans and chips.

Keg of beer and wine provided. B.Y.O.B if you want something else.

Hope to see you there. Please let me know if you are planning to attend so we can get a handle on food amount.

Thanks Chuck
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Sun Valley and Overall 2014 Year Results posted!

Click here to check out 2014 Sun Valley and Overall Results!

Ramp Sports Deal

Once again Ramp Sports is proud to be a sponsor of NAASF. Check out their wide array of skis, snowboards and gear made in good old Park City, Utah. Ramp Sports prides themselves on their "green" build process, in-house design team, and construction techniques to not just give you an awesome design on the top but solid construction underneath. Ramp Sports has graciously offered us a discount of up to 40% off MSRP. Click here to receive your NAASF discount. You'll need to submit your info, including your affiliation (NAASF?). Upon receiving your info, Ramp Sports will send you an email that includes a login to access the discounted online store.


If you haven't checked out Ramp Sports, you should.  Offering a wide array of skis, snowboards, and other gear.  They make skis and snowboards for all types of conditions from Big Mountain to terrain parks.  Ramp Sports prides themselves on their "green" build process, in-house design team, and construction techniques to not just give you an awesome design on the top but a solid construction.

Ramp Sports has graciously offered us a discount of up to 40% off MSRP.  Click here to start the process.  Just click on the link, add in your info including your affiliation, they accept it and then they will send you an email login to access the pricing info.
Snowbird Results posted

Snowbird results are posted by either clicking here or clicking through the menu.

Chuck's Corner


Letter from the Pres.

Welcome to the NAASF (North American Airlines Ski Association) website. My name is Chuck Wagner and I would like to say thanks for checking in on what the up coming season has in store for our organization. Great news is the snow is already falling at the ski resorts and we are very excited for the 2013-2014 ski season. Hopefully the Farmers Almanac is right and it turns out to be a good year for snow.

For those of you who don’t know what NAASF does, in a nut shell, we negotiate on behalf of the ski clubs for deeply discounted lift tickets and room rates which are usually lower than the travel industry rates. The resorts are happy to host us because we generally bring anywhere from 150-300 people to each ski week. Because of this, we usually get lodging rates of 30-50% of rack rates and 20-50% off ski lift tickets during the weeks. We also negotiate a discounted rate for rentals and lessons.

Our ski weeks follow a usual schedule with apres ski get togethers, evening parties and ski competition. The parties are on Monday (welcome), Wednesday (theme), and Thursday (final awards) evenings. There is racing (NOT A REQUIREMENT!!) on Tuesday (snowboard), Wednesday (A & B Skiing) and Thursday (A & B Skiing) with awards. Finally, there is a raffle to benefit the NAASF Foundation that gives away scholarships to upcoming ski racers from around the country. This year the raffle prizes will include clothing from North Face and Fuxi racing, men and ladies all mountain skis, sport tubes, US ski team snow board bags and more. Good Stuff!!

The racing is a tradition at NAASF because the organization was founded on it as a competition between the airline ski clubs. It is one of the long standing activities that has helped glue the ski weeks together. If your club puts undue pressure on you to race tell them the prez says "knock it off"!! It is in no way mandatory and no one should feel overly pressured to participate. That being said, we have found that people who try it get hooked just like we have and find it to be exciting and fun.

I’ll bring this up only because I hear it so often. Yes, there is a registration fee of $75.00. A lot of people say they do not want to pay it because it is for the racing they don't participate in. Actually, most of the money is returned to you via the parties and the activities put together each week. Very little of the money is used to host the ski racing. If you look at the letter from our VP, Are Johnsen, you will see how most resorts spend the money from your registration fee.

This years ski weeks are in resorts that are icons of the ski world. If you have never been to Jackson Hole, Steamboat or Sun Valley you must come and experience some the best skiing in the USA. We are very grateful to them for continuing to welcome us to their mountains and provide us an awesome experience.

If you want to come to a ski week for the discounts but don't want to participate in the activities that’s fine and encouraged but you must pay the registration fee to get the lodging and lift ticket discounts. It’s a great way to save you and your family a ton of money if you are planning a ski vacation. Come out and give one of our ski weeks a try. You might just get hooked on the fun like we have.

If you have any questions please feel free to contact me or check out the info on the web site or airline ski club. Hope to see you on the slopes this season. Happy skiing and riding!


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Ski Week Dates 2015

Samnaun, Switzerland

International Ski week
March 15-20th, 2015

SnowBird, UT
April 5-10th, 2015

Ski Week Dates 2016

Taos, NM
January 10-15th, 2016

Heavenly, CA
February 7-12th, 2016

Levi, Finland
International Ski week
March 6-11th, 2016

Sun Valley, ID
April 3-8th, 2016

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