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August 29, 1932

Jimmy Haizlip wins the
Bendix, setting a
transcontinental record of
10 hours, 19 minutes in a
Wedell-Williams rac
er.
The Vin Fiz
The First U.S. Transcontinental Flight

December 2011, Long Beach
celebrated the 100th anniversary of
the first  transcontinental flight!
Explore more about the pilot behind
the story and the adventure of a
lifetime.
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“RIDE THE WIND” DAY
Enjoy the last
days of
summer and
the warm
summer
breezes on
August 23 as
you celebrate
the annual
National Ride
The Wind Day.
9 th Annual
Taste of Flight
Gala
October 24, 2015

 Planes of Fame Air Museum is  
 
honored to welcome Clay Lacy
 as keynote speaker.

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We hope to see you soon!

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CHARTING NEWS

***LOS ANGELES***
TERMINAL AREA CHART

*** Changes found on Edition  71 ***   

The new edition of the Los Angeles
Terminal Area Chart became effective
June 25, 2015.

Here are some of the changes we
found on the chart legend:

  • A symbol was added to go with
    the blue linear triangles for IFR
    Departure Route and IFR Arrival
    Route.  The new symbol for IFR
    Arrival/Departure Route uses
    blue triangles that alternate
    direction.






  • A symbol has been added for
    Space Launch Activity Area (See
    Airport/Facility Directory).









  • The legend has combined the
    symbols for Glider Operations,
    Hang Glider Activity, Ultralight
    Activity and Unmanned Aircraft
    Activity. Just fill in the blank.

Here are some of the changes we
found on the navigation side of the
chart:

  • The 30 nm Mode C Veil around
    LAX appears to have been
    resurveyed.  It has been shifted
    about one-third of a mile south
    east.

  • Van Nuys VOR has been
    promoted to a VOR-DME.

  • The following note, inadvertently
    deleted in Edition 70, was
    restored between LAX and the
    western edge of the Class B
    airspace: “Caution: At or below
    2000’ when operating along a line
    parallel to and one mile North
    along the 91 freeway corridor
    from West where the extension of
    that line intersects the beach just
    South of Manhattan Beach pier,
    East along the 91 Freeway to
    Prado Dam and all areas North of
    this line in the LA Basin, pilots are
    encouraged to make regular
    position reports on 123.025 when
    not in contact with ATC.”

  • Rialto airport is now charted with
    the closed airport symbol.

  • The three isogonic lines have
    been adjusted on the TAC chart
    have been adjusted one-half
    degree west. On Edition 70 the
    isogonic lines  ranged from 13
    degrees 0 minutes east in the
    northwest corner of the chart too
    12 degrees 30 minutes on the
    isogonic line that runs through
    Big Bear to south of Dana Point.  
    On Edition 71, the lines range
    from 12 degrees 30 minutes to 12
    degrees 0 minutes, respectively.    
Check your flight case to make sure
you have the most current Los
Angeles charts!
 
 

Last October, the Space Shuttle
Endeavour made history as it
landed at Los Angeles
International Airport for the last
time.

After making its long,
complicated, and controversial
journey to Los Angeles, space
shuttle Endeavour's public
exhibition is now open.

The shuttle, which flew a total of
25 missions from 1992 to 2012,
is in a temporary housing at the
California Science Center,
where it will remain for about
five more years. At that time,
the shuttle will be relocated
into a new, permanent air and
space wing at the museum,
which will house the shuttle in
takeoff position with its twin
solid rocket boosters and
external tank attached.

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DON’T LET THIS HAPPEN TO OUR
AIRPORT!
RANTING ABOUT SANTA
MONICA AIRPORT

Notice:
TORRANCE AIRPORT
NOISE ABATEMENT
PROCEDURES ARE IN EFFECT
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LGB Hosts 10th Annual Plane Pull
Saturday, August 22
10 am - 2 pm


A fun team competition to see which
group can pull a Boeing 757 airplane the
fastest, all while raising money to help
fund Special Olympics programs.