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  1. Virginia Flight Information Exchange Key to Future of UAS and Advanced Air

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  2. Department of Aviation Celebrates the Success of VA-FIX

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  3. Virginia Earns #1 Ranking Among States for Unmanned Aircraft Systems

    For the second consecutive year, Virginia has earned the #1 ranking for Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) by Business Facilities magazine. The 16th annual report released by Business Facilities – a  forecast of future climates for business development and economic opportunity – said that Virginia was the first choice for UAS systems business climate.

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  4. Maggie Ragon Appointed to Aviation Board

    Gov. Ralph Northam appointed Maggie A. Ragon to the Virginia Aviation Board recently. Ragon will represent Virginia Aviation Region 5, which includes Blackstone, Brookneal-Campbell County, Crewe Municipal, Danville Regional, Dinwiddie County, Falwell, Farmville Regional, Lynchburg Regional, New London, Smith Mountain Lake and William M. Tuck airports.

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  5. Aviation Board Awards Nearly $22 Million to Support Virginia Airports

    Richmond, Virginia

    Governor Ralph Northam today announced that the Virginia Aviation Board has awarded nearly $22 million in funding to support Virginia’s 66 public-use airports. A public-use airport is one that is available for use by the general public without a requirement for prior approval of the airport owner or operator, as defined by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). 

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  6. VAB Awards $1.08 Million; 13 Projects Funded at 9 Airports

    The Virginia Aviation Board (VAB) funded 13 projects at nine airports across the Commonwealth during its May 16 meeting, which was held in Martinsville, Va.  A total of $1,087,871 was awarded during this quarterly meeting of the VAB.

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  7. Aviation License Plates Fund Virginia Education Programs

    The Virginia Department of Aviation is transferring more than $60,000 to the National Air and Space Museum’s Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center to support aviation education in the Commonwealth.

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  8. 14 Virginia Airports Awarded $4.55 Million

    The Virginia Aviation Board awarded more than $4.55 million to 14 airports across the Commonwealth. The money will be used to fund 18 projects that will improve the airports and the services they provide.

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  9. Virginia Aviation Board Awards $1.1 Million

    February 24, 2020

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