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  • Web4Aviation launches new site for SBY

    KUDOS to the Salisbury-Ocean City Wicomico County Airport for doing it right.  When we first met, the group had many different areas to promote and concerns that needed to be addressed.  If I had to sight my strongest ability, it would […]
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  • Trade-A-Plane

    After a very successful air to air photo shoot with Greg Davis, Trade-A-Plane published one of the shots.  
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  • What’s Happening with Web4Aviation?

    After many years of working with airports in websites and marketing, I am pleased to report that I see change on the horizon.  With AOPA touting the value of airports and the need to raise awareness, I see a bright future […]
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  • Photoshoot Beyond Expectations

    Since I own a marketing business and  fly, I’ve met so many great  professionals involved with aviation, it’s be a rewarding both professionally and personally. Here’s a day of incredible fun I’d like to share. As far as the images, […]
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  • Ice Runway in New Hampshire \ Airworthy

    Lake Winnipesaukee in Alton Bay, New Hampshire, is the only ice runway in the Lower 48 states that is approved by the Federal Aviation Administration. Known as “B-18,” the runway attracts hundreds of pilots — some from as far away […]
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  • Star of the Week: Rhigel Williams

    By Clay Hamilton / The Meridian Star Rhigel Williams wants to buy something, but unlike a lot of kids he doesn’t want his dad to give him the money: He wants to earn it to buy his own airplane. “Well […]
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  • Great Women in Aviation

    One of the most wonderful things about aviation is truly the people you meet.  Yesterday I had an email from Penny Hamilton who is working on a book called Aviation & Aerospace Inspiration: Positive Thoughts For and By Real Women in […]
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  • Aviation saves the day… again

    March 11, 2014 by Ben Sclair From GA NEWS The story, true from start to finish, could not have been written better. In fact, it could serve double duty as a math problem so many of us recall from our […]
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