June 10, 2005
AOPA is supporting the Aviation Association of New Hampshire (AANH) in an effort to save five of the state's 10 privately owned public-use airports from being sold, and possibly closed, within the next two years. The New Hampshire Division of Aeronautics issued a report naming the five airports that are expected to go up for sale and outlining a series of steps that must be taken to preserve them. AANH is sponsoring an awareness meeting at 7 p.m., June 15, at Concord Municipal Airport, Concord Aviation Services. Jack Ferns, director of aeronautics for the New Hampshire Department of Transportation, will present the division's report during the meeting. AOPA encourages all members to attend and show their support for protecting the general aviation airports in the state.
June 10, 2005
Department of Transportation,
Listen as air traffic controllers discuss what flight following can, and can't, do for you when transiting different airspace.
The most important part of the logbook is the inside, and your ability to log the information required by the regulations and capture any original signatures that may be necessary.
The board of Pennsylvania’s Lehigh-Northampton Airport Authority will wait 120 days before making a final decision to close Braden Airport, citing community concerns.