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Washington State lawmakers form aviation caucus

Article | 2013, 11 26

Rallying support for Washington State’s system of 136 public-use airports is the goal of a new aviation caucus of the state’s legislature.

Boeing Employees Flying Association serves company employees

Article | 2013, 11 11

The Boeing Employees Flying Association boasts 500 members and an 18-aircraft fleet.

Washington State study examines aviation needs, funding

Article | 2013, 11 04

A study moving forward in Washington State is seen aiding policymakers who must decide how to fund aviation-system improvements.

Down to the Wire for Kalispell City Airport

Article | 2013, 10 31

City residents are preparing to vote on a ballot measure to upgrade Montana's Kalispell City Airport.

Aspen Flying Club to offer instrument ground course

Article | 2013, 10 30

The Aspen Flying Club is offering a 12-week instrument ground school course.

Colorado growing return on aviation investments

Article | 2013, 10 24

General aviation airports in Colorado will pump $2.4 billion into the state’s economy in 2013, an annual increase of $500 million compared to 2008.

Colorado pilots receive Sharples award for advocacy efforts

Article | 2013, 10 10

When Colorado’s Grand Junction Regional Airport took ill-conceived stances on security, leasing, and other issues that were negatively impacting general aviation access to the airport, Dave Shepard and Steve Wood stepped up to protect pilots’ rights.

Auction funds scholarships for young students

Article | 2013, 10 01

The Bremerton Pilots Association hopes its scholarship program will train the next generation of flyers.

Oregon to honor aviation in October

Article | 2013, 09 26

By official proclamation, the state of Oregon will participate in a month-long appreciation of aviation in October.

Quest delivers Kodiak milestone

Article | 2013, 09 25

It took just over six years for Quest Aircraft to sell 100 Kodiaks, an airplane that's gaining a foothold worldwide in the market for backcountry beasts that sport a sophisticated side.