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The press release Sky Manor Airport issued today announcing that partner and pilot, Matt Kiener serves alongside volunteer pilots to offer transportation services for the rescue, sheltering and adoption of animals through the non-profit organization, FlyPups Inc. Mr. Kiener founded FlyPups in 2010 and has since then volunteered in the aiding and transportation of at-risk animals. Over the course of his efforts with the organization, Mr. Kiener has been involved in hundreds of flights, with as many as 40 animals on a single flight, and has aided in the rescue of countless animals.
FlyPups is dedicated to transporting dogs from desperate situations to non-kill shelters where they can be nurtured and prepared for adoption. The utilization of aircraft to transport dogs decreases travel time in some cases from days on the road to hours in the air. Often the dogs being transported, while safe to travel, have been through circumstances rendering them fragile and the stresses of a lengthy road trip could compromise their physical and emotional health. The desire of the organization is to deliver these dogs safely and efficiently to those shelters prepared to welcome them as they begin their new lives. (download story in PDF)
Press Release, May 16, 2017
Sky Manor Airport Partners, LLC (“N40” or the “Airport”), announced today that it hosted its Young Eagles Rally on April 29, 2017. The event organized by the Sky Manor EAA (“Experimental Aircraft Association”) Chapter 643 was attended by a group of approximately 25 children, ages 8-17 years old. The EAA643 Chapter group of pilots based at Sky Manor Airport, hosts Young Eagles flight events at least twice a year. (See full press release)
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Press Release, June 30, 2011
FAA Safety Team | Safer Skies Through Education
KABE Approach Frequency Change – Notice Number: NOTC3005
Allentown Approach will lose frequency 118.2 MHz. This has been their frequency for aircraft at 3000 ft and below for many years. They will begin transitioning to the use of frequency 119.65 MHz for 3000 ft and below about mid-June; check the Automatic Terminal Information Service (ATIS) at Lehigh Valley International Airport. Above 3000-ft will continue to be 124.45 MHz for all of Allentown approach airspace, both North and South of KABE.
Databases are being updated. Notices to Airmen (NOTAMs), if appropriate, will be issued. The New York Sectional is not expected to be updated until the November 2011 issue.
For additional information, please contact William Vanartsdalen, FAA Safety Team Program Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 610-264-2888, extension 206.
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