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By Tiffany Tully/FBO Manager—
CHILDRESS – Friday, Jan. 1, a local R-44 helicopter flew, a Beechcraft Bonanza departed and an Astar helicopter stopped for fuel. A Cessna Citation came in from Alpine to drop off a passenger, and a Cessna 421 fueled up on his way home to Arkansas from Colorado.
A first for me today; a man and his parrot stopped for fuel in a Cirrus on their way to Houston.
Saturday, Jan. 2, a local R-44 helicopter flew again, and a Piper Malibu came in from Midland to drop off a passenger. A Grumman stopped for fuel on their way to fly Palo Duro Canyon.
Sunday, Jan. 3, a local Piper Cherokee flew, and a Cessna Citation came in for fuel.
Tuesday, Jan. 5, The Grumman came back for fuel on his way home to Colorado.
Thursday, Jan. 7, a Cessna 182 stopped for fuel, a local Piper Cherokee flew and an Embraer Phenom dropped off a passenger and picked up some fuel before heading on to Colorado.