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Man flies to all 89 N.D. airports in three weekends

January 22, 2014 in Uncategorized

Keith Veil started flying airplanes in 1980 when a friend paid him back with flying lessons for work Veil did for him.
Thirty-three years later, Veil reconnected with his love of flying and celebrated getting his pilot’s license renewed by complet…continue reading on

‘Economy class syndrome’? No proof clots greater risk, study finds

February 7, 2012 in Grand Forks Herald

Travelers’ blood clots have been nicknamed “economy class syndrome” but the new advice suggests this is a misnomer. The real risk is not getting up and moving during long flights, whether flying coach or first-class – and sitting by a window might actually lend to an increase in risk. Continue Reading

It’s never been safer to fly; deaths at record low

December 31, 2011 in Grand Forks Herald

The past 10 years have been the best in the country’s aviation history with 153 fatalities. That’s two deaths for every 100 million passengers on commercial flights, according to an Associated Press analysis of government accident data. Continue Reading

Dickinson airport’s numbers soaring; up 81 percent

December 13, 2011 in The Dickinson Press

Dickinson Theodore Roosevelt Regional Airport has experienced an 81 percent increase in passengers over last November, according to a North Dakota Aeronautics Commission press release issued Tuesday.
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The Wright Stuff

January 28, 2011 in Worthington Daily Globe

Sheldon man receives aviation honor
SHELDON, Iowa When Elmer Muecke was just a high school lad growing up on a farm near Hinton, Iowa, he set out to learn how to fly. Continue Reading

OUR OPINION: GFK finds blue skies

November 9, 2010 in Grand Forks Herald

Heartiest congratulations to Grand Forks International Airport for making 2010 a record-breaking year. Continue Reading

The ultimate in all-terrain and air vehicle

August 7, 2010 in West Central Tribune

Maverick Sport travels the streets of Willmar Continue Reading

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