The Society of Aviation and Flight Educators (SAFE) announced Friday that Executive Director Doug Stewart will retire when his contract expires in February 2015.
“Haley Howard is a CFI and banner pilot from Gulf Shores, Alabama. At only 20 years old, she’s already well on her way with 1,350 hours of flight time… not to mention her CSEL (Commercial – Single Engine Land), CSES (Commercial – Single Engine Seaplane), Tailwheel Endorsement, CFI-A (Certified Flight Instructor), and Instrument Rating,” reports BoldMethod‘s Swayne Martin. “Today, Haley spends much of her time flying banners in an American Champion Scout, owned and operated by the Shrimp Basket, a Gulf-State chain of seafood restaurants.” Read more about Haley’s life as a banner tow pilot at the BoldMethod website and an expanded first-person view via Martin’s “Share Your Story” feature on his website.
Port City Air — a New Hampshire-based full service FBO offering fixed wing and helicopter maintenance, avionics service and installations — is look for an avionics manager with a minimum of five years experience. The position includes assisting avionics technicians to ensure high quality work, communications with other departments and customers, scheduling service and installation work and quoting. Learn more or apply for the job online.
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We are still on the hunt for the best photos of 2014 for our last issue of the year. Send them to Editor Janice Wood by Dec. 4. Don’t forget to include information about the photo — where it was taken, the plane description and the full names of anyone in the photo. Please send the largest file size you have — bigger is better.
Starting on Dec. 1, we’ll start running a Picture of the Day to showcase some of the photos we’ve received from readers so far.
A newly rehabilitated runway at Pottstown Municipal Airport (N47) in Pottstown, Pa., is the beginning of enhancements at the Philadelphia-area airport.
The refurbished 2,704-foot runway was recently reopened after a month-long closure, according to Erica Weekley, assistant manager of the borough of Pottstown.
HONOLULU, Hawaii — The Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor’s efforts to restore the historic structures on Ford Island, in the middle of Pearl Harbor, was given a boost this week when the Emil Buehler Perpetual Trust announced a $1.5 million grant for interior restoration of the iconic Ford Island Control Tower Operations Building.