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A week full of fuel and practice
By Tiffany Tully/FBO Manager—
CHILDRESS – Friday, Oct. 2, a Cessna 172 did some local practice, and a Piper Seneca stopped for fuel on his way from Nevada to Alabama. A Cessna Citation came in from Alabama and stayed overnight.
Saturday, Oct. 3, the Citation departed, and a Cessna practiced in the area. An experimental airplane and a Cessna 150 stopped for fuel and a Piper Cherokee came in.
Sunday, Oct. 4, a Cessna 152 and a Piper Cherokee dropped in for fuel and a Cessna 172 did some training.
Monday, Oct. 5, a Cessna 182 came in for fuel, and a Jet Ranger helicopter stayed overnight.
Tuesday, Oct. 6, the Jet Ranger departed, and a Messerschmitt stopped for fuel on his way to Nevada. A Cessna and a Piper Lance practiced in the area, and an experimental airplane stopped for a visit. Another experimental stopped for fuel on his way to Colorado, and a Supercub fueled after leaving Colorado.
Wednesday, Oct. 7, a Beechcraft Bonanza from Fort Worth and a Mooney on his way to Lubbock came in for fuel. A Cessna 172 stopped for fuel, and an experimental stopped again on his way home from Colorado.
Thursday, Oct. 8, an R-66 helicopter came from Amarillo to pick up a passenger dropped off by a Pilatus that flew in from Florida.