New Colorado Aviation Weather Cameras Now Operational

The Colorado Division of Aeronautics and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) have announced the availability of 52 new aviation weather cameras installed on the Division’s network of 13 Mountain Automated Weather Observing System (AWOS) sites.  In addition to receiving accurate and certified aviation weather information, pilots now have the ability to visually observe weather conditions […]

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NATA’s Essential Stakeholder Gatherings Highlight How General Aviation Advances Communities Across America

The National Air Transportation Association (NATA) announced the launch of a new initiative called “General Aviation Advancing America.” At cities throughout the U.S., NATA leadership will join in focus groups consisting of 10 or fewer essential community and aviation stakeholders to discuss how rural airports serve as a runway for economic development, job recovery, and […]

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Longtime Airport and State Aviation Official, Michael Klein Passes Away    

Michael Klein, A.A.E., a longtime airport executive, commercial pilot and most recently the manager of the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT), Aeronuatics Group, passed away last week.   Klein worked on national aviation issues by serving as the Chairman of the AAAE General Aviation National Committee and as a member of the Passenger Facility Charge (PFC) […]

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Aeromexico Resumes Service to Ecuador

Aeromexico resumed service this Sunday to Quito from Mexico City, offering three weekly flights. To celebrate the return of the airline to Ecuador, Quito’s Mariscal Sucre International Airport performed the traditional water salute to the aircraft.                       Quito is the most visited place in Ecuador and has numerous churches that hold treasures of culture and history […]

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Civil Air Patrol Teams with Unmanned Safety Institute on UAS Safety and Education

Unmanned Safety Institute (USI), has teamed with Civil Air Patrol (CAP) to address unmanned aerial systems (UAS) safety and education nationally. CAP and USI have agreed to cooperate on enhancing aviation and UAS safety and education at every level of both partnering organizations, including communications and coordination with other agencies and groups throughout the U.S. […]

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