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Washington state study warns of airport funding gaps

Advocacy | May 06, 2014

Washington state’s 134 public-use airports will need nearly $4 billion in funding, according to a new report.

AOPA staffers attend Iowa Aviation Conference

Advocacy | May 01, 2014

Airport Support Network (ASN) volunteers from southeastern Iowa received thanks from AOPA and staffers at the recent Iowa Aviation Conference. Also in the state, AOPA weighs in on an airports zoning bill.

Landfill expansion must not threaten Massachusetts airport

Advocacy | Apr 30, 2014

Massachusetts pilots have expressed concern to AOPA that officials may weigh closing the Southbridge Municipal Airport as an adjacent landfill expands.

Braden Airpark closure bid voted down

Advocacy | Apr 23, 2014

A Pennsylvania airpark with an uncertain future will have six more months for its supporters to sell officials on a plan for its continued operation.

GA proves its worth in whirlwind week

Advocacy | Apr 16, 2014

AOPA’s Central Southwest regional manager recently put GA’s utility to the test with a whirlwind trip covering four states, seven airports, and nine meetings.

Smith Field: Airport of dreams

Advocacy | Apr 16, 2014

Smith Field in Fort Wayne, Ind., has withstood three separate attacks—in the 1970s, 1990s, and 2002—to close it and redevelop the land. Now, it's thriving.

City to appeal SMO ruling

Advocacy | Apr 11, 2014

Santa Monica will appeal a court decision dismissing a lawsuit seeking to release the city from its obligation to keep SMO open and operating.

Hawaii seeks airport rules input

Advocacy | Apr 09, 2014

Pilots in Hawaii have a chance to help shape revisions to rules governing hangar use.

Houston mayor experiences GA first hand

Article | Apr 09, 2014

It started with a tweet and ended with Houston’s mayor enjoying the view from above in a general aviation aircraft.

Airports and their stories

Pilot Magazine | Apr 08, 2014

Airports are where our dreams come true. But although these gateways to the sky are revered by pilots and those who love aviation, they often are vilified by neighbors and damned by detractors.