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AVFUEL AND SHELTAIR RENEW BRANDING PARTNERSHIP

ANN ARBOR, Mich. / October 27, 2017 / GENERAL AVIATION NEWS – Avfuel Corporation and Sheltair—one of the industry’s leading FBO networks with 17 locations throughout Florida, Georgia and New York—announce their renewed partnership effective December 1, 2017.

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SHELTAIR TO PRESENT RACING FOR CANCER DONATION AT ANNUAL WINGS WHEELS WATER EVENT

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. / October 26, 2017 / GENERAL AVIATION NEWS –Sheltair, one of the nation's leading privately-owned aviation development companies, is partnering up with a four-wheeled friend for a good cause: Racing for Cancer, which was formed to unite motorsports fans around the world to help those afflicted with cancer and to promote early detection and prevention initiatives that support the global fight against cancer.

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CITY OF OWATONNA (KOWA) CHANGES FBO NAME: SOUTHERN MINNESOTA FLIGHT CENTER

OWATONNA, Minn. / October 19, 2017 / GENERAL AVIATION NEWS – The City of Owatonna will now operate its Avfuel-branded FBO at Owatonna Degner Regional Airport as Southern Minnesota Flight Center.

The new name supports the airport’s mission to attract traffic as the gateway to southern Minnesota. 

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Astin Aviation Ready to Receive Traffic for Hurricane Benefit Concert

COLLEGE STATION, Tex. / October 19, 2017 / GENERAL AVIATION NEWS – Astin Aviation (KCLL) in College Station, Texas, is excited to welcome traffic in for the “Deep From the Heart: The One America Appeal” hurricane relief benefit concert hosted by all five living former U.S. presidents—Jimmy Carter, George H.W. Bush, Bill Clinton, George W. Bush and Barack Obama—on Saturday, Oct. 21, at Texas A&M’s Reed Arena. 

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THE GREATEST AIRPORT PARTY EVER

FLYING MAGAZINE / NOVEMBER 2017 / BY MARTHA KING– This normally nontowered airport was probably the busiest it had ever been. The airport needed to land an airplane about every minute and a half to accommodate the arrivals in the time available between sunrise and 10:30 a.m., when everyone wanted to be on the ground. The trick was getting everyone off the runway and into parking to clear the way for those behind.

The big show was supposed to be at 11:50 a.m., but John and I had a great time watching all the airplanes long before then. Every kind of airplane you could imagine was joining the party, from homebuilts to jets. And a great party it would be.


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