Sat, Apr 16, 2005
The Elevator Wouldn't Go All The Way To The Top
The tower at Savannah-Hilton Head International Airport was
evacuated Friday night after electrical problems stranded two
controllers in the elevator.
The two controllers were in the elevator at 2150 local when the
lift stopped and the tower began to fill with smoke. There was no
fire -- however, the tower crew was evacuated as a precaution.
Firefighters combed the structure, but found no fire. No flights
were affected as a result of the scare and controllers were allowed
back into the tower at 2305. No one was hurt.
As for the unfortunate controllers, they were stuck in the
elevator for about an hour before they were rescued by
Fun Places To Fly All gassed up and no place to go? "Fun Places To Fly" has an ever growing list of Aviation Events and Fun Places to Fly, provided by pilots like you who love avia>[...]
Control surface rigged such that the aileron moving up moves a greater distance than the aileron moving down. The up aileron produces extra parasite drag to compensate for the addi>[...]
"While the IRS will complete open audits, management companies can be secure in the fact that while additional guidance is developed, they will not face potentially crippling tax a>[...]
It's For Real! ANN REALTIME NewsBug Released To ANN Readers, Worldwide For those of you using a windows PC (MAC version in the works... we promise), a new REALTIME News Service fro>[...]
Crowdfunding Effort Has A Goal Of $800,000 Online fundraising efforts called "Crowdfunding" are all the rage these days, with entrepreneurs using the campaigns to raise money to es>[...]