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AOPA Action

Article | Oct 01, 2003

AOPA Membership Passes Milestone! 400,000 Strong The Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association surpassed 400,000 members — a new record for the world's largest civil aviation organization — on Tuesday, July 29, 2003. That figure also places AOPA among the top 100 associations of any kind in the nation.

California Action

Article | Oct 01, 2001

AOPA says changing traffic pattern won't fix incompatible land use In a recent letter to the Sacramento County Board of Supervisors, AOPA expressed its strong opposition to a plan to move the traffic pattern at Sacramento Mather Airport to make way for incompatible land use near the field. The proposed pattern change would affect Runway 4L/22R and would extend the downwind and final legs of the pattern by about 2,500 feet in an attempt to distance aircraft operations from the likely site of an elementary school.

California Action

Article | Oct 01, 2000

LA County's airports get new management All five Los Angeles County airports are under new management. Brackett Field, Compton Airport, El Monte Airport, General William J.

California Action

Article | Oct 01, 1999

AOPA Flights Mandatory Curfew at San Jose In a strongly worded letter to the FAA, AOPA Vice President of Regional Affairs Bill Dunn declared AOPA's opposition to an application to impose a passenger facility charge (PFC) at San Jose International Airport, and recommended that the airport be prohibited from receiving any federal funding until it complies with an FAA decision ending a mandatory curfew at the airport. In the letter, Dunn pointed out that AOPA believes the airport has violated its responsibilities under the Airport Improvement Program by enforcing an apparently illegal curfew on airport users.