September 2013

California Airports

McClellan-Palomar Airport Runway Expansion

PalomarAirport improvements could boost economy –  CARLSBAD – An expansion of the McClellan-Palomar Airport runway in Carlsbad could generate millions in economic benefits to the region, according to wide-ranging study set to be approved next week by the county board of supervisors.

The 500-page feasibility study recommends extending the 4,897-foot runway by 900 feet, which would help airplanes using the airport make longer flights and help to reduce noise problems.

News

New Palm Springs, CA Control Tower

Palm Springs Airport FAA Dedicates New Palm Springs, CA Control Tower – Total Project Cost Was About $25 Million

The FAA and local officials on Thursday dedicated a new, environmentally friendly airport traffic control tower at Palm Springs International Airport. The tower replaces a facility that served the airport since 1967.

California Airports

New Palm Springs, CA Control Tower

Palm Springs Airport FAA Dedicates New Palm Springs, CA Control Tower – Total Project Cost Was About $25 Million

The FAA and local officials on Thursday dedicated a new, environmentally friendly airport traffic control tower at Palm Springs International Airport. The tower replaces a facility that served the airport since 1967.

California Airports

Monterey Airport District Pays Lawsuit Lawyer Fees

MRYMonterey airport district agrees to additional payment in settlement with environmentalists’ lawyers Other side’s lawyers get $545,000, bringing total to more than $1 million (CalPilots Editor’s Note: Maybe these facts show what these types of lawsuits are really about)..

The Monterey Peninsula Airport District voted Wednesday morning to pay environmentalists’ lawyers an additional $544,750 as the result of a two-year legal battle.

California Airports

Monterey Airport District Pays Lawsuit Lawyer Fees

MRYMonterey airport district agrees to additional payment in settlement with environmentalists’ lawyers Other side’s lawyers get $545,000, bringing total to more than $1 million (CalPilots Editor’s Note: Maybe these facts show what these types of lawsuits are really about)..

The Monterey Peninsula Airport District voted Wednesday morning to pay environmentalists’ lawyers an additional $544,750 as the result of a two-year legal battle.