September 2006

Pre-2008 Archived Articles

Supervisors Approve Move to Preserve Oceanside Airport

County of San Diego
Chairman Bill Horn
Fifth District Supervisor
****News Release****
September 27, 2006
County to Explore Ownership of Oceanside Airport
Supervisors Approve Move to Preserve Airport

SAN DIEGO – The County Board of Supervisors today unanimously approved Chairman and Fifth District Supervisor Bill Horn’s request for a study on the feasibility of acquiring and operating the Oceanside Airport.

Pre-2008 Archived Articles

Supervisors Approve Move to Preserve Oceanside Airport

County of San Diego
Chairman Bill Horn
Fifth District Supervisor
****News Release****
September 27, 2006
County to Explore Ownership of Oceanside Airport
Supervisors Approve Move to Preserve Airport

SAN DIEGO – The County Board of Supervisors today unanimously approved Chairman and Fifth District Supervisor Bill Horn’s request for a study on the feasibility of acquiring and operating the Oceanside Airport.

Pre-2008 Archived Articles

Oceanside Municipal Airport- County Offers to Take Ownership

Thursday, September 21, 2006
County to study taking control of Oceanside airport
By Leslie Wolf Branscomb
The San Diego (CA) Union-Tribune

The troubled Oceanside Municipal Airport may be taken over by the county. Supervisor Bill Horn is asking for information from Oceanside officials so county officials can analyze what it would take to keep the 70-year-old general-aviation airport in business.

Pre-2008 Archived Articles

Oceanside Municipal Airport- County Offers to Take Ownership

Thursday, September 21, 2006
County to study taking control of Oceanside airport
By Leslie Wolf Branscomb
The San Diego (CA) Union-Tribune

The troubled Oceanside Municipal Airport may be taken over by the county. Supervisor Bill Horn is asking for information from Oceanside officials so county officials can analyze what it would take to keep the 70-year-old general-aviation airport in business.

Pre-2008 Archived Articles

Rules Could Negatively Impact GA Airports

A series of proposed updates to the FAA’s airspace protection regulations, as defined under Part 77 of the Federal Aviation Regulations, has mostly met with approval from the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association… but that’s not to say AOPA doesn’t have some additional suggestions to protect smaller general aviation airports. “AOPA generally supports the changes the FAA has proposed, but there are some things that might have a negative affect on GA airports,” said Heidi Williams, AOPA director of air traffic services. “We’re asking for additional analysis before the rule changes become final.”