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New and revised earthquake fault zones mapped by the California Geological Survey—including a newly identified Santa Monica fault boundary—reinforce aviation advocates’ assertion that Santa Monica’s embattled airport could play a lifesaving role in disaster-relief operations if a major earthquake struck the area.
The Ninety-Nines is the international organization of women pilots that promotes advancement of aviation through education, scholarships, and mutual support while honoring our unique history and sharing our passion for flight. The Long Beach Ninety-Nines is a local chapter and they have decided to host a Summer Social event at Santa Monica Airport.
Hangar 24 Craft Brewery will donate proceeds of its Wheels Up Helles Lager to Angel Flight West, which organizes flights for people who need to travel long distances to access medical care, as well as flights for kids and teens to attend specialty camps, and for individuals escaping domestic violence.
Opponents of Santa Monica airport, including all seven members of the Santa Monica City Council and a tiny minority of Santa Monica households, .0001%, from August 2015 airport reports, are working to close the airport, they claim, on the grounds of noise, safety and pollution. However, more traffic, more congestion, and more development will inevitably follow if the Santa Monica Airport is closed.
JetSuiteX donates up to $25,000 in flights to Angel Flight West to transport underserved patients to medical treatment. Breakthrough air travel company commemorates its first year in operation by supporting air travel and ground transportation with endeavor award auction donation.
The Jr. Aviator Logbook will inspire your kids to: Have fun learning science through aviation, visit Santa Monica Airport & record your visits, learn the parts of an airplane and all about the airport, read stories and interviews from real pilots and people who work at the airport, learn the fascinating hidden history of this landmark 100 year old airport.
We wrote this blog up to bring you some of the latest news updates from November and December 2016. The Federal Aviation Administration on Tuesday ordered Santa Monica to halt the evictions of two aviation companies at its municipal airport until the agency can finish an investigation into the city’s effort to shut down the facility.
The Santa Monica Airport chapter of the Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) recently partnered with John Wilson, Scoutmaster of Pacific Palisades Boy Scouts of America Troop 23, to help twelve aspiring Eagle Scouts earn their Aviation Merit Badges.
Elon Musk has an idea for an entirely new kind of aircraft—a supersonic, vertical take-off and landing electric jet—that he can’t quite get out of his mind.
The Douglas DC-3 monument at the Museum of Flying will be rededicated after undergoing an extensive refurbishment project. The rededication ceremony is scheduled to take place on Thursday, December 17, 2015 at 10:30 AM. As part of the ceremony, two DC-3 aircraft will conduct a flyby over the DC-3 monument.