Finding (or developing) the right airpark – like most things in life – is about trade-offs. Some people like large lots with large homes, hangars and all the bells and whistles. Others have more modest desires. [Read more…]
Making the best use of space in a hangar is a challenge. Tom Green of Marcelona, Mich., found the best solution for his two-plane hangar at his Lakes of the North Airport home, which is in the shape of a star. [Read more…]
Conversations drifted to tragedy in Connecticut, but the holiday season’s 25th annual Toy Parade went on as scheduled at the Spruce Creek Fly-In community in Florida. The parade boasted an ingeniously decorated Cub, Cherokee and Waco, the latter owned by 2012 Grand Marshalls Pat and Lenny Ohlsson, long-time real estate gurus (pictured below)
Shady Acres (3B8), a residential airpark in Spanaway, Wash., will celebrate its 50th anniversary at a fly-in on Sept. 1. Call Judy Scott at 253-219-7980 for more information.
After three and a half years of hard work by many Residential Through The Fence (rTTF) advocates, H.R. 658, the FAA Air Transportation Modernization and Safety Improvement Act containing language preserving rTTF, has passed the House and Senate and sent to President Obama for his expected signature.