Angel Flight West Will Mark Its 75,000th Flight

On Friday March 23rd, Angel Flight West, a Santa Monica-based charitable aviation organization, will mark its 75,000th flight. His passenger will be 19-year-old Juan E. Juan has an unpronounceable genetic disorder, familial hypercholesterolemia, which can lead to premature heart attacks or strokes. Once a month, the teenager sees a cardiology specialist at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, with transportation provided by Angel Flight West (AFW) -- for free.

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Closing Santa Monica Airport: Something does not add up

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.

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