Nevada Airports Association said:December 29, 2013 9:12 am PST
NvAA encourages all pilots and aviation enthusiasts in Nevada to purchase the new Aviation plate for their vehicles. A portion of the funding goes directly to the Aviation Trust Fund which provides matching dollars to local governments for FAA grants at local general aviation airports.
Wendy Rudder said:September 25, 2012 6:42 am PST
Flew in in a Cirrus a couple days ago. Great service from Bert (one of the airport managers). He even gave us a ride into town to have ice cream at a cute little 50's themed shop. Looking forward to the pavement being finished on the apron and the lights going in! Keep up the great work guys, and I'll be back soon! - This comment from Jeremy Capurro.
Wendy Rudder said:July 19, 2012 9:11 am PST
Pilot controlled lighting, apron paving and tie downs, security fencing, sidewalks, public parking, and temporary pilots lounge are all in the next Phase, which has already gone out to bid. We invite you to join us at Alamo Landing Field L92, and use this great addition to the GA community and the local community.
Jeremy Capurro said:July 18, 2012 10:12 pm PST
Flew in today with one of my students for a training flight, and was very impressed! Thanks for the courteous CTAF response, and can't wait to see it when the lighting, pavement, and tie-down areas are complete!
Wendy Rudder said:July 8, 2012 6:53 am PST
This is a project that took years of foresight, work, and dedication to complete. Hangar areas are now available. Apron paving, tie downs and pilot controlled lighting, and utilities are scheduled to be completed soon. Charter flights, helicopters and many private pilots are already using L92. Thank you. Make L92 a Waypoint on your flight plan. Or better yet, make L92 your Home base for your aircraft and business.
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