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Geography of the United States
A comparison of the small regional carrier Cape Air to the old television series Wings, which focused on the often humorous doings of a small Cape Cod-based regional airline, is inevitable. In truth, there are some similarities. It is a small operation, by today’s regional airline standards, based in Cape Cod at Barnstable Municipal Airport in Hyannis, Mass.
The Connecticut Business Aviation Group (CBAG) recently formalized its organization, establishing its mandate and selecting its team of executive officers at a meeting at Bradley International Airport in Windsor Locks.
Claiming “there is no merit to the lawsuit or to the allegations in it,” Savannah Air Center said it will defend itself against a $3.7 million claim brought in U.S. District Court by USA Interactive. In the suit, filed in May in U.S.
Tucson has a strong aviation tradition. It built the nation’s first municipal airport in 1919. During World War II the 16,000-acre, then-municipal airport became Davis-Monthan AFB. After the war, a new civilian airport was established south of the city, the current site of Tucson International Airport.
The pilot of a Cape Air Cessna 402 lost consciousness during a scheduled flight from Martha’s Vineyard to Hyannis, Mass., on February 8, forcing a Cape Air security trainer on board to take the controls and make a gear-up landing in Provincetown, Mass. The pilot, Ronald Crews, 50, roughly 10 months ago voluntarily removed himself from duty just as he prepared to take off on another flight from Martha’s Vineyard.
Houston-based REW Investments has acquired Million Air Interlink, the franchise company that controls 21 privately owned Million Air FBOs. REW president is Roger Woolsey, who owns the Million Air franchise at Houston Hobby Airport.
“Houma Airport is a gem of an aviation facility that has not ever been fully exploited from a general aviation standpoint,” said Duke Williams, co-owner of FBO Houma Jet Center. Williams opened the Louisiana FBO almost two years ago, and getting into the business happened as it does with so many other FBOs: the FBO owner operated a business aircraft and saw an opportunity in the FBO sector. Flying around the U.S.
The National Air Transportation Association is offering a new way for FBO owners and operators to learn more about their vocation at the first How to Build a More Successful FBO seminar at sea planned for October 23 through 26. The seminar will be held aboard the Carnival Sensation cruise ship during a Bahamas cruise that launches from Port Canaveral in Florida with a stop in Nassau. The seminar takes place on October 24 and 25 from 8 a.m.
Metro Aviation, a helicopter completion, repair and service center and air medical services provider based in Shreveport, La., yesterday afternoon at Booth No. 1015 announced inauguration of a customer satisfaction, quality control and product development system it calls the I-Three program–for imagination, innovation and integration.