AOPA is working to prevent a national precedent from being set
that could lead to airports being sold, and possibly closed,
regardless of state or federal grant obligations. That's the core
of a case before a federal magistrate court in Oklahoma. AOPA filed
a "friend of the court" brief Tuesday to help educate the court
about general aviation airports, how GA airports fit into the
national air transportation system, and grant obligations attached
to federal and state airport grants.