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Pontiac Airpark project comes to a halt

André Durocher, the driving force behind the Pontiac Airpark, recently announced that he has ended the project. The 550-acre residential fly-in community was slated to have included not only a large number of home lots, but also a clubhouse, two runways and a seaplane...

source: By Adam Hunt
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COPA Members Save $5 to $30 on the price of admission to Sun n' Fun 2015. All members must be prepared to show proof of current membership (current membership card) when redeeming an online ticket or when purchasing admission at any onsite ticket sales location....

source: COPA

The Yukon government has pledged to re­open Runway 19 at the Whitehorse airport after local pilots opposed the closure, calling it an important safety issue. Wade Istchenko, then-minister of Highways and Public Works, made the announcement at a meeting with Yukon pilots...

source: CBC News

Here is a copy of CBAA's Business Aviation Economic Impact Study in Canada, a report that clearly shows the size and importance of business aviation to Canada, providing both a description of how businesses use their aircraft to their advantage, and also the dollar value...

source: COPA

Crop dusters and firefighter pilots in Europe now have a new airplane option as Thrush Aircraft Company has received the sign off from the European Aviation Safety Agency for its Thrush 510G. With a price tag of around $900,000, the turboprop single received FAA certification...

source: FLYING

Charles Lindbergh's Spirit of St. Louis, one of the most treasured aircraft at the National Air and Space Museum, has been lowered to the floor for its first conservation treatment in 22 years. For decades the single-engine aircraft has been suspended from the ceiling and...

source: The Associated Press via Honolulu Star-Advertiser

The engaging saga of Bill Harrelson's solo flight around the poles continued to Tahiti and beyond, recently finding him safely in Honolulu and poised for what could be the greatest challenge of all: crossing the Arctic in the winter darkness. After circling the South...

source: The Free Lance-Star

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