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Arkansas hunters fly in
By Tiffany Tully/FBO Manager—
CHILDRESS – On Friday, Sept. 11, a Canadair Challenger fueled and picked up a passenger before heading on to Louisiana.
On Saturday, Sept. 12, the Challenger returned to drop off their passenger, and a local Cessna 172 did some training. A Bell helicopter also flew in for fuel.
On Sunday, Sept. 13, a Cessna practiced in the area, and a local Beechcraft King Air returned to the airport.
On Monday, Sept. 14, a Beechcraft Bonanza came in on business, and a Cessna practiced.
On Tuesday, Sept. 15, two Cessnas did some flight training, and a Canadair Challenger flew in from Louisiana to drop off a couple of passengers. They took some fuel and headed out.
On Wednesday, Sept. 16, a local Beechcraft King Air and a local Piper Cherokee departed. An American Champion Citabria also departed. A Cessna and a Piper Cherokee got some practice work in, and a Cessna flew pipeline patrol in the area. Boedeker Flying Service did some spraying as well.
On Thursday, Sept. 17, a Cessna Citation Bravo flew some hunters in from Arkansas for the weekend, and a local Beechcraft King Air returned home. A local Robinson R-44 helicopter returned home.