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Monthly Archives: September 2011

Plan early, plan often

The FAA always advises airports to start planning early. La Crosse Municipal Airport’s taxiway project is a great example of why early planning and collaboration are so important to the success of a complex project.
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Solutions offered at recent EAS conference

Mead & Hunt hosted its first Essential Air Service (EAS) conference recently in response to the Delta Air Lines EAS announcement terminating or modifying service in 24 communities.

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Wildlife Hazards and the FAA Central Region

Join Dan Hirchert, of Mead & Hunt, at the FAA Central Region conference in Kansas City, MO, on September 28 at 8:30 AM when he participates in break out session #3.

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The birth of a NPIAS airport

On September 2, I felt like a proud new mom! I took part in a special day with the dedication of the Oscoda County Dennis Kaufmann Memorial Airport.
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What is your watershed address?

Many of us have multiple addresses these days – a home address, work address, email address. But do you know your watershed address? Continue reading

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Lake Tahoe and the Association of California Airports

It’s time again to head to the Sierras and brilliant-blue Lake Tahoe for another great Association of California Airports (ACA) Conference, September 14-16.
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We’re hosting an Essential Air Service Conference

Do you have plans next Thursday? Interested in learning more about the latest critical Essential Air Service (EAS) changes?
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Happy 80th Birthday NASAO

Can you sing the “Happy Birthday” song to an organziation? If you can, can you hear me belting out the traditional song for NASAO-the National Association of State Aviation Officials?

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Terminals as destinations

I grew up in the DC area when going to visit National Airport to watch the planes was considered pure family pleasure. On the occasions when I flew out of Dulles, I would marvel at Saarinen’s genius for evoking flight in building form. The moon-like buggies that took us to the planes were straight from the Apollo program. Continue reading

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State Aviation System Plan developed for South Dakota

We are excited to announce that the South Dakota State Aviation System Plan was released this month! Continue reading

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