Archives: MN Aeronautics Bulletin

An Aviation Treasure With Opportunities, In Our Backyard!

It is always exciting to discover something unique; something special that is a true treasure. When it is learned that the treasure has a deep history and ties to the past, present, and future of aviation, it takes on an … Continue reading

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Involved & In Touch With Minnesota Aviation

by Cassandra Isackson Director, Minnesota DOT Office of Aeronautics The warmth of spring has finally arrived after what seemed to be a very long winter. But your Minnesota DOT Office of Aeronautics has been very busy despite the lingering cold … Continue reading

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Ditching Isn’t Just For Trans-Oceanic Pilots

by Rachel Obermoller Aviation Representative MnDOT Office of Aeronautics Every pilot has pondered whether it’s better to go over or around a body of water. Whether it’s a relatively small lake while entering the traffic pattern, Lake Mille Lacs in … Continue reading

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Become An ACE…

Every summer for the past 22 years, students from around the state of Minnesota have had an opportunity to attend a fabulous summer program called ACE (Aviation Career Education) Camp. This unique camp held each June and July, opens doors … Continue reading

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Travel Safety Is No Accident!

by Cassandra Isackson Spring is within sight and I am confident most of us can hardly wait for its arrival. The best part about spring is the renewal of so many great things. One of those things is the opportunity … Continue reading

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As this new year begins…

December was filled with ice and snow, and we had extremely cold temperatures until mid-January. And now we are well into January and the temperatures seem…well, normal. It truly is all relative. Despite that, it is still a great time … Continue reading

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Looking At The Year Ahead

by Cassandra Isackson Director, Minnesota Office of Aeronautics I hope everyone had an enjoyable holiday season. Even though we have a number of cold weather weeks ahead, we can now begin to think about the coming spring. With that we … Continue reading

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A Pilot’s Winter Checklist

Most pilots who have flown for a year or more have likely experienced flying in cold weather. Many may actually prefer to fly in the winter months because there are few threats of thunderstorms (at least in the more northern … Continue reading

Posted in Columns, Columns, December 2013/January 2014, MN Aeronautics Bulletin | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Minnesota Names New Aeronautics Assistant Office Director

ST. PAUL, MINN. – Minnesota Office of Aeronautics Director Cassandra Isackson has named Kathy Vesely from her staff Assistant Office Director effective November 6, 2013. In addition to having a passion for aviation, Vesely brings with her 35 years of … Continue reading

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Winterscape

by Cassandra Isackson Director, Minnesota Office of Aeronautics As we approach the periods of winter where wind-blown snow modifies the landscape almost daily, we must also think about the other important winter weather factors that can impact airports and aviators. … Continue reading

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