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Wine is California’s number one finished agricultural product in retail value, and its production ranks fourth in the world. Our rural airports play important roles in the success of our wine industry.
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The Federal Aviation Administration, known as the FAA wants to gets serious about stemming the threat of UAVs mixing in airspace with general aviation and airline traffic.
To help in their fight, the agency has appointed two new executives to head its UAS Integration Office.
The FAA has reported a sharp rise in encounters by individuals acting as pilot in command flying UAVs in airspace reserved for licensed pilots who fly general, commercial, and military aircraft.
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Travelers are being advised to be more vigilant against terrorist attack especially during the holidays.
Here is what we need to do in the Sierra gold county to be more vigilant. Intelligence experts believe that this is the best time for terrorist to attack. They are saying that mass public transport systems and holiday resorts are both prime targets. Both are easy to attack and difficult to defend and both could lead to mass casualties and major disruption.
In the gold country, Highway 49 is the major highway along the western slope of the Sierra. The "Forty-niners" roots trace the path traveler took searching for gold.
Our gold country is living history and you can explore the many building along your way. Our rural airports in most cases are time capsule to an earlier time. Most have not change much over the years. They are not like the major airports that have commercial flights. Rural airports feel much like traveling back in time.
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After the brothers made history at Kitty Hawk, they traveled more than 600 miles back to Dayton, Ohio
Now they had a contraption that could fly 852 feet in 59 seconds.
That was cool and all — but folks were wondering: Could an improved aircraft do more? Could it transport people from city to city? Could it help defend democracy in a world war?
The brothers had their work cut out for them.
Travelers are advised
to be vigilant
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