Tag Archives: Stephanie Ward

Concurrent use and land release: risks, rewards, and what you should know

Published in Midwest Flyer – August/September 2020 issue Small airports across Minnesota are often looking for new ways to cover their costs. One alternative revenue source might be right on the airport’s property—in the form of excess or underutilized land. … Continue reading

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Charting A Course To Accommodate North Dakota Aviation Growth

by Stephanie Ward Growth. It’s something every airport strives to achieve. It can be measured in a number of ways: the total number of operations, the number of based aircraft, the gallons of fuel sold, the number of hours flown, … Continue reading

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State With Largest GA Fleet In Midwest Addresses Future Airport Funding Initiatives & Growing Number of Wind Turbines

by Dave Weiman LANSING, MICH. – A sell-out crowd at the Michigan Airport Conference, February 16-17, 2011 at the Kellogg Hotel & Conference Center in Lansing, Michigan, listened intensively as Michigan Aeronautics, Michigan Department of Transportation, and Federal Aviation Administration … Continue reading

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