Author Archives: Ted Gablin
Its no secret that the perimeter fence at the airport has numerous openings that let coyotes and transients access the airport. When it is open near the Jacinto avocado grove we get lots of coyote activity as the grove is … Continue reading
Redlands Municipal Airport is once again demonstrating it’s value as a community asset. US Forest Service contract firefighting helicopters are now operating from the West Ramp at Redlands Municipal Airport to support efforts to fight the “Valley Fire” burning near … Continue reading
The RAA had 9 members volunteer their time to promote Redlands Municipal Airport, General Aviation, EAA Chapter 845 and the RAA to guests attending AirFest 2018. It wasn’t all work for those that volunteered. We all enjoyed the show. Thanks!
James Hoyt, Chair of the Airport Advisory Board (AAB) and RAA Director, presented an annual report of the AAB’s activities at the 5-16-18 Redlands City Council meeting. We had a good turnout of RAA members to hear him too at … Continue reading
Do you remember the deteriorated sign welcoming visitors to the transient ramp at the REI Lobby? Well there has been a spare one collecting dust for years in our airport supervisors office. We guess they made two signs years ago. After … Continue reading
A Bell 206 had an encounter with a large bird Monday 4/2/18. No one was hurt, except the bird. The aircraft is based at the owners residence and the strike occurred a couple of miles from REI. We are in … Continue reading
RAA members pose for a group photo after discussing various issues that impact the airport community at Redlands Municipal Airport. Topics discussed such as airport impacts of AirFest 2018 to our wildlife hazards were the topic of discussion at the … Continue reading