Northwest Mountain Region
Article | 2014, 08 18
Attendees at AOPA's Spokane Fly-In used social media to share the excitement and offer their impressions of the event.
Advocacy | 2014, 08 18
Montana pilots will have two reasons to celebrate when they fly in to Seeley Lake Airport on Sept. 13.
Article | 2014, 08 17
“I want to spend every day here!” cried a small boy as the fourth 2014 AOPA Regional Fly-In in Spokane, Washington, came to a close at Felts Field Aug. 16.
Article | 2014, 08 13
There are lots of reasons to attend the AOPA Fly-In Aug. 16 at Spokane's Felts Field, and a clever little food truck called Shameless Sausages is just one of them.
Article | 2014, 08 13
Coeur d’Alene is a premier resort destination of the inland Northwest. Surrounded by pine-carpeted mountains, Coeur d’Alene Lake has been called one of the five most beautiful lakes in the world by National Geographic. Consider visiting on your way to the AOPA Fly-In in Spokane, Washington, on Aug. 16.
Advocacy | 2014, 08 06
Oregon’s Hillsboro Airport will get a new runway after a federal court denies an injunction against the project.
Article | 2014, 08 06
Aviation in the West started at places such as Spokane's Felts Field (SFF). The historic airfield was once known as Parkwater because it is situated along the south bank of the Spokane River.
Article | 2014, 08 04
The murmur of a breeze in the evergreens sings a soft harmony to the deep blue of a brightening sky—it’s morning in the Idaho mountains. In Priest Lake, Idaho, the choices of fun and relaxation, from water-skiing to huckleberry picking, are nearly limitless. Explore the area during your visit to AOPA’s Spokane Fly-In.
IFR Fix | 2014, 07 28
The arcing dashed arrow that ushers in the missed approach lends it a deceptively simple appearance, but there’s more here than greets the eye.
Article | 2014, 07 28
Spokane’s Felts Field has a little bit of everything for the aviation enthusiast. The historic airstrip features beautifully renovated terminal and hangar buildings, a 4,500-foot-long runway, 6,000-foot seaplane landing area, delightful diner serving breakfast and lunch, and is home to renovators and collectors of historic aircraft.