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Neither Lycoming nor the FAA identified the specific aircraft models, but the company’s engines power the majority of U.S. recreational, or general aviation, aircraft.
Commercial and general aviation services will be announced later, Senterfitt said.
Florida Keys Marathon International Airport is handling general aviation and charter flights again.
The chopper then went down around 11 a.m. at Briscoe Field, a general aviation airport in the Lawrenceville area where the police department’s two helicopters are based about 30 miles (48 kilometers) northeast of Atlanta.
Groups representing private aircraft, known as general aviation, have vigorously fought attempts to alter the current tax system, calling it equitable.
Flying organizations, such as the EAA Young Eagles program, which began in 1992 to give kids ages 8 to 17 the opportunity to fly in a general aviation plane, were on hand providing information to inspire the next generation of aviators.
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