Category Archives: Airport News

Press Release – New Data, A New Time – Whiteman Airport Shouldn’t be Under Siege!

NEWS RELEASEFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEOctober 18, 2022 Contact: Ron Berinstein CFIIDirector/Webmaster(323) 394-1331ronberinstein@hotmail.com New Data, A New Time – Whiteman Airport Shouldn’t be Under Siege! LOS ANGELES, CA – Whiteman Noise Study Revealed – A New Perspective – An Open Letter to … Continue reading

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News Release- Should Whiteman’s Community Advisory Committee be Re-envisioned?

SCAUWG.ORGassociated with SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA AIRSPACE USERS WORKING GROUP  NEWS RELEASEFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEAugust 22, 2022 Contact: Ron Berinstein CFIIDirector/Webmaster(323) 394-1331ronberinstein@hotmail.com  Should Whiteman’s Community Advisory Committee be re-envisioned? LOS ANGELES, CA   LA County PUBLIC Works staff confirmed that seated panelists tasked with providing serious … Continue reading

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Redlands Airport is a Civic Treasure

Reprinted from the Editorial Page of the Redlands Community News, 5-19-22 The Redlands Municipal Airport is a civic treasure with a rich an interesting history. As Shari Forbes reports in this week’s Focus package, airplanes were soaring over Southern California … Continue reading

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Happy REI Helpers Help Install a Wing on Pitts S-1

If you didn’t know, Tony Higa’s Pitts S-1 has been apart for an extensive inspection. He asked a couple of folks on the airport to help him lift the top wing in place for installation. Redlands Airport is full of … Continue reading

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Breeze Airways to Start Daily Flights to San Bernardino Airport on August 4th

On 3-8-22, multiple press releases were issued to announce that Breeze Airways, a relatively new airline was going to add SBD to its route list. Starting August 4th, you will be able to fly non-stop to San Francisco (SFO) from … Continue reading

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Your Comments Requested! Potential Closure of Death Valley’s Stovepipe Wells Airstrip

National Park Service Managers at Death Valley National Park in California are seeking public comment regarding future plans for the Stovepipe Wells Village. Plans include repairs and upgrades to water and sewer systems, and an expansion of the RV campground. … Continue reading

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FAA Issues Notice of Investigation to Santa Clara County For Numerous Items Including Ban on Sale of Leaded Avgas

On December 22, 2021, the FAA issued a strongly worded letter to Eric Peterson, Director of County Airports Santa Clara County. The letter is a notice of informal investigation that was issued as a result of multiple complaints from airport … Continue reading

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100LL Banned at Reid-Hillview & San Martin- Santa Clara County

We all know that leaded aviation fuel’s days are numbered. Steps are already underway to market a recently formulated replacement for 100LL Avgas. But, it seems that’s just not quick enough for Santa Clara County, California. Other airport sponsors in … Continue reading

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A Letter to Redlands City Council From Eric Paul

5-4-21 Good Evening Mayor and Members of the Council.  My name is Eric Paul I’m president of the Redlands Hangar Owners Association.  We built and own 37 hangars on airport land we lease from the City.  I’ve kept an airplane … Continue reading

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A Letter to Redlands City Council From Gil Brown, Coyote Aviation

I write this on March 29, “National Mom and Pop Business Owners Day.”  I find significant irony that the City of Redlands’ Instagram page is promoting that fact. Here’s why: Along with George and Eva Saliba, my wife Carol and … Continue reading

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