Who me? Couldn't be.
That's the gist of an email purportedly sent by terror suspect
Zayead Christopher Hajaig to Atlanta's WXIA-TV, after the former
flight student sparked a worldwide terror alert because of his
supposedly suspicious behavior at a flight school in Lawrenceville,
Report May Come In Handy On Capitol Hill Next Week
With Congress set to examine Federal Aviation Administration
financing and the Aviation Trust Fund next week, the National Air
Traffic Controllers Association says its report on the fund
provides a fact-based framework for policy discussions on financing
and explains why current budget proposals represent a major shift
in government priorities.
NBAA has joined in the praise for Congressional leaders who have
advanced two recently introduced pieces of legislation for
reopening Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA) to
When the Fort Wayne-Allen County (Indiana) Airport Authority
board voted unanimously Monday in favor of a resolution to keep
Arthur Smith Field (SMD) open indefinitely on Monday, about 50
people in attendance-the vast majority EAA Chapter 2 members-stood
and cheered for several minutes.
Pioneers of Flight Scholarship Goes To Purdue Student
The National Air Transportation Foundation (NATF), the research
and educational arm of the National Air Transportation Association
(NATA), announced the winners of the Foundation's scholarship
programs following NATA’s Annual Convention and Aviation
Industry Week trade show.