Fantasy of Flight creator and founder Kermit Weeks says he has big plans for the future of the attraction, which he hopes to achieve through refining its more popular elements and developing new experiences that speak to the attraction's mission: to "Light that Spark Within."
Defendants Include Companies That Inspected And Maintained the Aircraft
An accident on April 10, 2011 that fatally injured retired Air Force Pilot Edward L'Hommedieu of North Yarmouth, ME, has resulted in lawsuits being filed against nine companies, with the pilot's children and the owners of a home that was destroyed jointly bringing the action.
Opportunity Offered By U.K. 'Flying Scholarships For Disabled People'
The U.K.-based disability and aviation charity, Flying Scholarships for Disabled People (FSDP) has announced it will be funding a group of nine new pilot scholars when its latest round of training begins in summer 2013. The pilot training, which is completely charity funded, aims to change the candidate’s lives, all of whom are disabled, through the medium of flight.