Tag Archives: Minnesota

Newest Flight Instructor At Historic Stanton Airfield

STANTON, MINN. – Stanton Sport Aviation, Inc., owner and operator of Historic Stanton Airfield in Stanton, Minnesota, has appointed John Hall as its newest flight instructor. Hall is formerly a resident of the area, and is available for flight instruction … Continue reading

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Fuel Distributor Gives Its Best To Aviation & To Its Community

by Dave Weiman Nineteen miles south of Duluth, Minnesota is the old fur trading and lumber town of Cloquet, Minnesota, where Best Oil Company – a major distributor of Phillips 66 aviation fuels – is located. Cloquet is also where … Continue reading

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Flight Line Enterprises To Move Forward In 2012

BLAINE, MINN. – Flight Line Enterprises (FLE), which plans to build a restaurant and conference center at Anoka/Blaine Airport in the Twin Cities, is now focusing on completing site preparation. FLE has already received approval from the Minnesota DOT Office … Continue reading

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County Tax Break For Cirrus

DULUTH, MINN. – Commissioners in St. Louis County at Duluth, Minnesota, agreed to resume an annual $27,770 tax rebate for Cirrus Aircraft through 2017, providing the company keeps at least 300 jobs at the Duluth aircraft manufacturing facility. Cirrus will continue … Continue reading

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Duluth Sky Harbor Airport… Serving A Specific Need For GA

DULUTH, MINN. – When you look at an aeronautical chart and see three airports within close proximity to one another along a border between two states, one may conclude that they are a result of wasteful government spending. But that’s … Continue reading

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From The Editor of the Mn/DOT Aeronautics Technical Bulletin

The Mn/DOT Aeronautics Technical Bulletin is published in the interest of aviation safety and to actively promote aeronautical progress in the state and nation. It is our continuing goal to provide timely, interesting and useful articles on subjects of importance … Continue reading

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The Great Lakes Have Become Even Greater!

by Bill Bill Blake AOPA Great Lakes Regional Representative I am very pleased to report that the states of Iowa and Missouri have been added to the AOPA Great Lakes Region, bringing the total to seven (7) states. I look forward … Continue reading

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