------------------------------------------------------------------- Special Airspace Bulletin ------------------------------------------------------------------- FAA TO ESTABLISH TFR OVER SEATTLE, WA ON SUNDAY A notam has been issued that will restrict flight in the area during President Obama's planned visit. ==> 30 NM RADIUS TFR <== Location: On the SEATTLE VORTAC (SEA) 347 degree radial at 11.2 nautical miles Surface to 17,999-ft-MSL Times: 11:15 AM local until 4:00 PM local Sunday, September 25, 2011 Requirements for flight and operations not authorized ( http://www.aopa.org/whatsnew/notams-special.html ) ____________________________________________________________________ ==> 12 NM RADIUS NO-FLY ZONE <== Location: On the SEATTLE VORTAC (SEA) 347 degree radial at 11.2 nautical miles Surface to 17,999-ft-MSL Times: 11:15 AM local until 4:00 PM local Sunday, September 25, 2011 ==> AFFECTED PUBLIC USE AIRPORTS <== 0W0 Seattle Seaplanes W55 Kenmore Air Harbor KBFI Boeing Field/King County Intl W36 Will Rogers Wiley Post Memorial KRNT Renton Muni S60 Kenmore Air Harbor Inc KSEA Seattle-Tacoma Intl 2S1 Vashon Muni 83Q Port of Poulsbo Marina Moorage KPAE Snohomish County (Paine Fld) S50 Auburn Muni S36 Crest Airpark S43 Harvey Field 8W5 Apex Airpark W16 Firstair Field KPWT Bremerton National KTIW Tacoma Narrows S86 Sky Harbor W10 Whidbey Air Park View the new NOTAM page at: ( http://www.aopa.org/tfr/#a=KSEA ).
The Lebanon State Airport runway will be closed for airport construction until the evening of Aug 26th. We will be closed again on Aug 30th & 31st for strip painting. Then again on Sept 26th & 27th for hydro seeding. The LebanAir office and fuel pumps are still open during our normal hours. If you have any question about this closure, you are welcome to call us at 541-258-5029.
Congratulations to Wes Strubhar for being the first student pilot earn his private pilot license with all his training provided by LebanAir Aviation. We have trained many pilots who started at other places and came to us to finish, but Wes is the first to start and finish at LebanAir. Wes passed his private pilot check ride on July 22, 2011!
Wes, we wish you many, many years of blue skies and great flying with your family and friends!
I finally got our new weather station installed and working and integrated into our website. This new weather station feeds near live weather data to the LebanAir website so that pilots can check out weather on the same page as our webcam! Check it out and let me know what you think! The next change, will be mounting the webcam where we can get a full 360° view of the airport and sky.
Notice: Jun 18 provided us with some pretty crappy weather, and we only served one pie. So we have lots of pie left and are extending the fly for pie until the pie is gone. So if you are feeling like you could use a piece of pie today, just come on down! See you soon!
We regret to inform you that the North Bend Regional Airport (OTH) is now imposing landing/use fees to all GA aircraft that use the airport. As GA pilots and an FBO who care about the continuation and prosperity of general aviation, we support, encourage and urge you to join us in an ALL GA aircraft/pilot boycott of the North Bend Regional Airport (OTH) due to their recent imposition of these new fees. These landing/use fees are NOT good for GA as an industry, nor for GA pilots and passengers.
Here is a link to the landing/use and overnight fees that YOU will now have to pay, simply for landing at the North Bend Airport. PLEASE discontinue your use of this airport until they drop the landing/use fees.
Portland Rose Festival Fleet NOTAM
Notice Number: NOTC3004
A NOTAM will soon be published concerning operations in the vicinity of the Portland Rose Festival Fleet while in the constricted waters of the Columbia and Willamette Rivers. The US Navy (USN) and Coast Guard (USCG) vessels are scheduled to make a port of call during Portland’s Rose Festival June 8-13, 2011. One day before, during, and one day after the event, vessels transit and dock in the constricted waters of the Columbia and Willamette Rivers. Because of the restricted waterways, the USN and USCG are on heightened alerts at all times. To prevent ships’ personnel from having to make a shoot/don’t shoot decision regarding suspicious aircraft, pilots are strongly advised to maintain a discrete distance from USN and USCG vessels.
Please check NOTAMS for the most current information.
For more details click here .
Below is a list of airports affected by these operations. Please note, Pearson Field (VUO) has a temporary control tower.
|Affected Public Use Airports During Fleet
Arrival (June and Departure (June 13)
|61J||Portland Downtown Heliport|
|Affected Public Use Airport During the Festival (June 8-13)|
|61J||Portland Downtown Heliport|
For more information contact:
If you or someone you know has been waiting for a private pilot ground school class to start, you’re in luck! There is a new class starting at LebanAir Aviation.
When: Thursday evenings starting June 2nd, for 12 weeks.
Where: LebanAir Aviation class room. Lebanon, OR
Cost: $20 per night. Textbooks and pilot tool kit can be purchased for $200 or can be borrowed and returned after the class (if they are returned in new condition).
If you have any questions or would like to join the class, just contact LebanAir at 541-258-5029 or show up for the class on June 2nd.
You know spring time is here when LebanAir pulls the Mazda Miata convertible courtesy car out of the hanger and puts it back online! Oh, and did I mention that spring time is HERE?!
Congratulations are in order for Roger Emmert, who just passed his private pilot check ride last week! If you see him, be sure to congratulate him on this big and rewarding accomplishment. Congrats from all of us at LebanAir Aviation Roger!