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Thread: [Acro] Angel Flight covered by Air&Space

Message: [Acro] Angel Flight covered by Air&Space

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From: Larry Lowe <webmaster at airspacemag.com>

Date: Wed, 05 Jun 2002 06:41:11 UTC


Message:

  

planedancer at netscape.net wrote:
> 
> "Seppanen, Kari J" <kari.j.seppanen at boeing.com> wrote:
> 
> >These Business Fliers See Beyond the Bottom Line
> >    New York Times   06/04/02
> >
> >At last count, more than 4,000 of them had joined a little-publicized
> >nonprofit group called Angel Flight America,
> 
> Thanks so much for sending this to the list!  
> I've been involved with Angel Flight for over 
> a year now, and this is so true - it is 
> "little publicized", but they are working 
> on changing that...

In the February/March 2000 Issue, Air&Space/Smithsonian did a piece on
Angel Flight...

http://www.AirAndSpaceMagazine.com/ASM/Mag/Index/2000/FM/C71G.html

http://www.AirAndSpaceMagazine.com/ASM/Mag/Index/2000/FM/seat.html

   ...but then we make a practice of covering the lesser known stories
in the wide world of aerospace.

Like aerobatics.

Larry Lowe
Webmaster
Air&Space/Smithsonian


                


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