Home     ///     Contact Us     ///     Search     
Alliance For Aviation Across America
Join the Alliance to Help Protect
General Aviation and Your Local Airport
 
Write    |||    contribute    |||    join    |||    your story    |||    Member Login

Press Clips

Frederick Airport Expansion Project Making Gradual Progress

Publication: YOUR 4 STATE
Publication Date: 2014-12-18
Publication Author: Mallory Sofastaii

The city of Frederick is making gradual progress in expanding the airport’s runway, and was recently awarded a grant from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to begin demolition.


PlaneSense Delivers Precious Holiday Cargo

Publication: AIN ONLINE
Publication Date: 2014-12-17
Publication Author: Curt Epstein

New Hampshire-based fractional aircraft operator PlaneSense helped spread some holiday cheer last month when it landed one of its Pilatus PC-12s at Manchester Boston Regional Airport, packed with non-perishable food destined for the state’s food bank.


Field of Green?

Publication: CHESTERFIELD OBSERVER
Publication Date: 2014-12-17
Publication Author: Peter Galuszka

Its turbines roaring, an olive drab HH-60 Black Hawk helicopter of the Virginia Air National Guard revs up its blades as a small Cessna lines up for takeoff in the distance. Assorted on the tarmac are several sleek corporate jets – some capable of transoceanic travel – available for hire.


Airports Chief Preps for Final Landing Before Retirement

Publication: KEYS INFO NET
Publication Date: 2014-12-17
Publication Author: Anthony Cave

Retiring Monroe County Director of Airports Peter Horton likes to film sharks underwater with his GoPro camera. He calls it a hobby. The outgoing Horton will deplane, so to speak, after more than 30 years in local government, including more than 15 years overseeing the county’s two airports, Key West International Airport and Florida Keys Marathon Airport, with retirement set for Dec. 31. Horton will have more time to film sharks and other water-based activities.


Woodring Expansion Tops List of Aeronautics Commission Projects

Publication: ENID NEWS
Publication Date: 2014-12-17

Expansion of Enid Woodring Regional Airport is one of the largest projects on Oklahoma Aeronautics Commission’s three-year capital improvement program.


Flight School of Greenville Opens

Publication: GENERAL AVIATION NEWS
Publication Date: 2014-12-17

A new flight school, Flight School of Greenville, has opened at Greenville Downtown Airport (KGMU) in South Carolina.


Moran: Securing the Future of Aerospace in Kansas

Publication: HAYS POST
Publication Date: 2014-12-17
Publication Author: U.S. Sen. Jerry Moran

Safeguarding our nation means both a strong national defense and a strong economy. The aerospace industry is where these two priorities combine. In today’s global economy, aerospace provides vital opportunities for America at home and abroad, and Kansas is fortunate to be at the crossroads of the aerospace industry.


Column: General Aviation Gives Businesses an Edge

Publication: CENTRE DAILY TIMES
Publication Date: 2014-12-17
Publication Author: Tom Wallace

In today’s competitive marketplace, general aviation provides companies with a significant advantage. As the owner of six Johnstone Supply locations across Pennsylvania and Maryland, I have seen firsthand how a plane can assist in a company’s day-to-day operations.


‘Memorial’ Replaces ‘Lake of the Ozarks’ in New Airport Name

Publication: LAKE EXPO
Publication Date: 2014-12-17
Publication Author: Connye Griffin

With two members absent, the Camdenton Board of Alderman voted 3-1 on Tuesday, Dec. 16 in favor of a new airport name: Camdenton Memorial Regional Airport.


Flying High

Publication: THE MID WEEK NEWS
Publication Date: 2014-12-16
Publication Author: Katrina J.E. Milton

Many people dream of an office with a view. Tom Cleveland’s office has one of the most unique views in DeKalb. Though large wall-to-wall windows, Cleveland, the manager of the DeKalb Taylor Municipal Airport, can see the takeoffs and landings of both small and large aircraft, from single-engine planes to corporate jets.


Older Entries >>

State-by-State Economic Impact

The Alliance for Aviation Across America, together with the League of Rural Voters, Air Care Alliance, National Agricultural Aviation Association, Small Business Entrepreneurship Council and National Association of State Aviation Officials, recently launched a wide-scale economic impact survey to outline the benefit of general aviation on businesses, local economies and communities around the nation.

Activity In Your State

Visit the Local & State Activity Center to see what is happening in your state.

States which have passed proclamations.

Tell Us Your Story

Upload your video and share your personal contribution to general aviation and your business’ impact on your community and the nation. Submit Your Story >>>

Latest News
Issues Center

Choose an issue below to find out more about key issues impacting general aviation and airports across the country.

Twitter

Alliance for Aviation Across America

Alliance for Aviation Across America. All Rights Reserved.
1025 Connecticut Avenue, NW Suite 1000, Washington, D.C. 20036