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TV Clips

Latest Radio

KWES-FM Ruidoso, NM Interview

October 2, 2014

Devin talks to KWES-FM about Governor Susana Martinez declaring September “New Mexico Aviation Appreciation Month” and the benefits of general aviation across the state.

 

Q95-FM Prestonsburg, KY Interview

July 18, 2014

 

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Proclamations
& Resolutions

Across the United States, Governors from all 50 states have signed proclamations recognizing the importance of aviation industry. To see what has passed in your state, choose from the list below.

Contact Your Mayor

The Alliance recently released a petition from over 160 Mayors from 48 states to President Obama calling on the President to recognize the value of general aviation. We need your help to reach out to your Mayor or City/Town Manager to sign the petition and tell the President to support general aviation and airports, which are a crucial lifeline to communities around the country.

 

Member Spotlight

Kid’s Wings

Kid’s Wings provides public benefit flights to children in need of medical treatment who are traveling to, from, or through Michigan. This non-profit organization is designed to aide those who are not financially able to take commercial flights to treatment in urban city hospitals or speciality centers or for whom commercial flights would be unacceptable, such as for a person with immune deficiency. Kid’s Wings volunteer pilots fly three types of missions; medical missions, that enable patients to reach a distant city, transplant missions, which provide time critical transportation for organ recipients, and public benefit missions, which include humanitarian and

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