There's still no sign of retired Muskogee, OK, physician Jack
Nolen -- nor of his two-place Kitfox Lite2 -- both missing since
January 14th. As ANN reported on Friday, the Oklahoma Wing of the
Civil Air Patrol has scoured hundreds of square miles between
Paris, TX, where the aircraft was last seen, and Shawnee, OK,
hoping to find some sign of the 72-year old physician.
Cessna 421C Down In Affluent Suburban Neighborhood
For three people on board the Cessna 421C, it was supposed to be
the start of a Florida vacation, full of fishing, family and
friends. For a husband and wife ministry team, it was a ten-year
anniversary present from their congregation. But all that ended in
tragedy Friday, when the aircraft went down in the Kansas City
suburb of Overland Park, KS. All five people on board were
Most corporate operators see this as a winning move for the
airlines and a financial burden to us. True that the airlines will
save money by cruising at more efficient altitudes but the cost to
my corporation is significant with little reward.
AOPA Files FOI Request To Find Out What's Really Happening With
The AOPA has sprung into action to defend a threatened airport.
City officials in Rialto, California, are looking to close or
downsize the Art Scholl Memorial/Rialto Municipal Airport. They
claim the airport is a "money pit," but AOPA contends they have
done little to make the airport viable.
Sure, There's A Lot To Learn; But IT Could Save Your Life
by Dean Stevenson, Aviation Lecturer
Many of you know of the following conditions that could possibly
occur in flight, typically in unpressurized aircraft. They normally
do not affect persons below 10,000 feet.