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Stopped for fuel

Nicely maintained airport nice fuel station

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Flew up here for an afternoon because Morris is closed

Nice little airport unfortunately no fuel

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Looks like a brand new fbo. Great service. As of mid 2022 it’s pricey but I write this with Jet A at $8 at most places

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My favorite small town airport

I have landed here dozens of times to visit the in-laws. The first time was at night! It's a local family that owns it and offers good fuel prices. Tie down near the road or ask if there's hangar space. The paved strip is narrow, but there's lots of grass around it to use if necessary.

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A wonderful airport for observing aircraft

I base my Grumman Tiger here. The FBO Journey's Aviation is very helpful. There is a place to sit to watch the many aircraft that land and takeoff, including gliders, singles, a few twins, both piston and small jets. There are even occasional parachute jumpers! The fenced in area in front of parking has a mock runway. EAA Chapter 1627 provides Young Eagle flights on spring and summer Saturdays, but sign up in advance at .

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It is an AOE but you need to obtain an Overflight Permission to use it as an AOE

Took us about 20 minutes to clear custom

Very friendly

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Beautiful Facility and Quick Service

The FBO was fast and efficient

Good Fuel prices and great pilot lounge

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Great hospitality

Recently visited for fuel and overnight stop

Very helpful and great service

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Hurricane damage

From problem report 2021-03-07:

"The rwy lighting is inop. There are steel cable tie downs; bring your own ropes. No fuel, no services; MYAM is closest fuel source. Terminal and fire fighting equip destroyed by hurricane Dorian, however AP is open and customs operates out of a trailer."

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NDB NOW 338 Decommissioned

NOTAM M0003/22: Port Angeles CGAS Airport (KNOW)

M0003/22 NOTAMN

Q) ZSE/QNBXX/IV/NBO/AE/000/999/4808N12324W005 A) KNOW B) 2203031735 C) 2205312359


CREATED: 03 Mar 2022 17:35:00


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re: I Took My Instrument Checkride With Jean

Hello, I came across this website today trying to find out what happened to Rose Aviation at Hawthorne Airport and saw your post. My name is Linda Silvertooth, I am the Linda you mentioned in your post. I worked at Rose from 1977-1981 and have kept in touch with several other friends from those days (Kathy Hesse, Kevin Clover). I knew Jean as the former owner and and as an FAA Pilot Examiner, Art was the owner at the time I was there. Jean passed away in the early 80’s and Art passed away in 2018. I know Claude is gone also but I don’t remember when he passed. I took several check rides from both Jean and Claude…..great people!! I saw Don Pedersen in 2013 at a Rose reunion, he was the Chief of Police for Culver City at that time, but I think he has retired. Were you at Rose Aviation during those years? I went on to work for the FAA for over 35 years and retired in 2020. It was a great time during those days at Rose! Linda

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Fuel stop

Would like to see in daytime. Stopped in for fuel because 05C doesn't have after hours fuel.

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Dropped off a new freind

I would like to see it in daytime. Maybe even try out the Mexican. They need to put in self-serve fuel

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Runway Cafe

I've never seen an airport diner that served pad thai before. Or mariscos. On the same menu as your classic burgers and steaks, and all excellent!

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Stopped in for fuel

Just stopped in for fuel on my way by.

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Plain little Airport

Went down do deliver parts and to work on a center pivot

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Formerly an airport

According to Wikipedia, the runways were closed in 2004, and only a helipad remains.

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Heliport coverage by the FAA

... is NOTORIOUSLY bad. Even heliports that have continually existed for the last forty years are routinely given GPS coordinates up to 10 miles off course.

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The easiest airport for quick, friendly AOE processing into Mexico. 100LL available. Best port of entry for GA in Mexico.

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Hastings Field is no longer an active airstrip ... for fixed wing craft. There's a pretty shiny looking heliport there now though!

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This heliport doesn't exist.

This heliport doesn't exist, and hasn't for *years*, if it ever did. There is no pad here, or anything else for a helicopter to land on besides sodden grass. There is no access besides a nearby dirt track. The Sun Drilling Products building is located miles away from the given location. Easily accessible satellite imagery with resolution adequate for spotting a helipad became available with Landsat 4 in 1982: there's no pad then, or in any year.

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Fun place to land

The grass rwy is still maintained… landed there a bunch of times in 2021. Its not charted and you have to call or know the owner

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I took a helicopter flight here

I'd always wanted to ride in a helicopter, so my wife bought me a ride on one -- I actually got to control it for a few minutes.

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Former DEW Line station

This was a Distant Early Warning (DEW) Line station until 1963. The runway outline is still visible.

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Ice runway

This airport looks like it's a seaplane base, but it's actually a seasonal ice runway.

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DEW line

The Distant Early Warning (DEW) Line auxiliary station was actually at Qaqqatoqaq, nearby.

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DEW line

The US military originally built this airport in 1956 as part of the Distant Early Warning (DEW) Line to detect Soviet bombers attacking over the Arctic during the Cold War. It is now a civilian airport with STOL air service.

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Makers Air

We fly to New Blight 4 times a week and return to Fort Lauderdale

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Great new service on the southernmost point in Canada!

Contact or visit in advance to reserve a golf cart for the day and they will pick you up for free. Great way to spend a day on a beautiful island. Tour Canada's first commercial winery, or enjoy awesome food and great lakefront views at the historical Stone House 1891 craft bar and kitchen.

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Home of l'AΓ©roclub Gatineau Ottawa

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Home of the St-Lazare Flying Club

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Home of the Brandon Flying Club

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Home of the Shoal Lake Flying Club

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Home of the Springfield Flying Club

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Home of the Russell Flying Club

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Home of the Truro Flying Club

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Home of the South Shore Flying Club

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Home of the Saint John Flying Club

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Home of the Fredericton Flying Club

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Home of the Smiths Falls Flying Club

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Home of the Prince Edward Flying Club

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Home of the Windsor Flying Club

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Home of the Lindbergh AΓ©roclub (fr)

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Home of the Westlock Flying Club

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Home of the Foothills Flying Club

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Home of the Airdrie Flying Club

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