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January 08, 2022

Frasca Sold to FlightSafety

Flight Simulator Outfit Added to Training Specialists' Portfolio, But Nothing's Changing, Say Execs

Frasca International has been sold to FlightSafety International, marking the end of 6 decades as a family-owned company based out of the appropriately named Frasca Field in Urbana, Illinois. Frasca president John Frasca and other employees will reportedly remain in place, and the family will continue to retain ownership of the airport and its grounds. FlightSafety has built up its brand as an internationally recognized training provider for a number of aircraft types, and the addition of the Frasca brand builds on years of relationship between the two companies that draw all the way back to their founders. FlightSafety has yet to announce any

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Spaceport Hearing Delayed to Jan 11

Locals Want Spaceport Camden Land Deal Put to Referendum

Camden County, Georgia residents opposed to the Spaceport's construction have missed out on their request for a restraining order to prevent the continuation of the spaceport. The order would have prevented the closure of a deal that will see Camden County purchase more land for the port's development from Union carbide.  The hearing to determine the validity of their restraining order has been delayed due to an illness by the overseeing judge. The hearing has been moved to January 11th, where the chief superior court judge for the Brunswick Judicial Circuit will hear from parties representing residents who want to see the purchase put to a voter referendum.

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