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April 22, 2004

Maine TFR: 04/22/04

NOTAM:  4/3492  Issued:  04/21/2004 19:56  Effective:  04/22/2004 14:40 - 04/22/2004 17:35  State:  ME  Facility:  ZBW - BOSTON (ARTCC),MA.  Type:  VIP  Description:  WELLS, MAINE, APRIL 22, 2004. 

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Hawaii TFR: TFN

NOTAM:  4/3497  Issued:  04/22/2004 00:26  Effective:  Immediately - Until Further Notice  State:  HI  Facility:  ZHN - HONOLULU (ARTCC),HI.  Type:  HAZARDS  Description:  MILOLII HAWAII.  

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FAA Proposes Higher Fees At Tahoe

Agency Hopes That Will Keep Tower Open

The FAA won't let Lake Tahoe Airport (NV) operate the control tower part-time, but it will let the city of South Lake Tahoe raise fees charged to aircraft and limo operators, hoping to avoid a financial crunch that looms June 30th.

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AVEMCO Adds New King Course To Safety Rewards Program

AVEMCO recently announced acceptance of the new King Schools Practical Risk Management for Weather course as an approved training course in AVEMCO's Safety Rewards Program.  The course will be available for purchase in early May and was screened by King Schools at their booth during Sun n' Fun last week.

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The Light At The End Of The Tunnel

Manufacturers "Upbeat" About Near Future

So you say sales are down? The mortgage is due, the wife is griping and the kids need new shoes? Buck up, bucko. Aircraft manufacturers meeting in Wichita (KS) this week say there is a light at the end of the tunnel.

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Oklahoma, Where The Lobbyists Come Flying In Their Planes

Aviation Interests Deluge State Capitol

Oklahoma lawmakers just don't know enough about the state's $12 billion aviation economy. That's what aviation industry leaders in the Sooner State are saying. So swarms of lobbyists flooded the fourth floor of the state capitol Tuesday, hoping to shed a little light on one of the state's driving economic forces.

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Looking For Advice: Chinese Visit AOPA

Delegation In US To Study Aviation Regulations

"China faces a formidable challenge in expanding VFR flight," said AOPA Vice President of Regulatory Affairs Melissa Bailey. "After spending the day with the delegation, we have a stronger appreciation of the freedoms we have as pilots in the United States. VFR flight in China is very limited, and the CAAC is studying America's robust general aviation community as an example."

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FAA Issues RVSM Approval To AVCON

After More Than A Year Of Tests

AVCON Industries has received FAA RVSM Group Approval for its Supplemental Type Certificate number ST01195WI.

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Cape Town Airport: Best In The World

South Africans Created A "Non-Airport" Environment... At The Airport

If you're an airport-type and you want to know how to do the job right, the IATA suggests you check out the airport in Cape Town, South Africa. The international aviation body says the airport there is the best of its size in the world.

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