The San Carlos Airport is hosting our 2nd annual San Carlos Airport Day event on Saturday, May 31st from 10am until 3pm. We hope you can attend! I have attached an event flier – we would greatly appreciate it if you would post it on your Airport Facebook page(s) and/or website(s) to help us spread…Read More
Pilots at a California airport that flunked an Environmental Protection Agency lead air-quality test are crying foul. The EPA recently released results of a study of airborne lead at 17 airports around the country where monitors were placed to measure air quality in public areas. While nearly all passed the test, San Carlos Airport south of San Francisco had unusually high readings – and now we may know why.Read More
San Carlos Airport (SQL) in California will hold San Carlos Airport Day on Saturday, June 22, from 10 am to 3 pm. This free event features aircraft displays, exhibitors and vendors, activities and airplane rides for kids, food trucks, and airport tours. The San Carlos Airport manager, along with volunteers from the San Carlos Airport…Read More
San Carlos, CA. – Females interested in aviation can get more information at one of a number of events held in San Carlos next week celebrating the Women of Aviation Worldwide Week.
Today, about 6 percent of pilots are female in most developed countries, according to the Institute for Women of Aviation Worldwide. Similarly, the percentage of female aircraft mechanics is less than 3 percent and female aeronautical engineers make up about 9 percent of their field. The week was created in 2010 to encourage “awareness and outreach celebrating women of aviation and their contribution to the betterment of the air and space industry.”Read More