Mr. Mauricio Fernandez passed his Private Pilot practical test on Monday, May 26, 2014! Congratulations Maury!!
Emerald Coast Aviation is currently looking to hire flight instructors; pay starts at $25.00 an hour. If interested please contact Mike Pahel at (850) 398-2651 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Okaloosa County Administrator Ernie Padgett has recommended hiring Tallahassee aviation director Sunil Harman as the county’s next airports director. adobe photoshop cs6 trial download Click here to read the news article written by The NWF Daily News
General aviation, or individual private pilots, are served by Emerald Coast Aviation, the airport’s fixed-base operator. The company soon will break ground.Click here to read the news article written by The Crestview News Bulletin
Bob Sikes Airport’s fixed base operator anticipates breaking ground on an estimated $600,000 terminal by April. Jonathan Dunn, Emerald Coast Aviation’s president, said his company recently sent the project out to bid. Click here to read the news article written by The Crestview News Bulletin
CRESTVIEW — The third annual Emerald Coast Aviation Fly-In took place Saturday at Bob Sikes Airport. Area residents visited open hangars to have lunch, listen to live music and see vendors. Visitors Subscribe and get the la driving school san diego learning news each month Download the Learning Zone summer schedule here See News and …
This joint MACA presentation will improve pilot awareness of military operations in Northwest Florida and SUA (Special Use Air Space). Military personnel will coordinate the presentations among the military organizations – Eglin/Hurlburt/Duke AFB. A Q&A session will be offered between each presentation. For more information: http://faasafety.gov/SPANS/event_details.aspx?eid=46435
EAA will be holding a Young Eagles Flight Rally on Saturday, 17 November. They will be flying out of Hangarmates starting at 0900 and continuing until all have been flown. term paper buy
When Emerald Coast Aviation became Crestview Bob Sikes Airport’s fixed-base operator, providing general aviation fuel, maintenance and hangar services, firm president Jonathan Dunn promptly started dreaming of erecting a bigger, better and better-equipped passenger terminal. Click here to read the news article written by The Crestview News Bulletin