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On the Air February 2014 Issue

On The Air: February 2014

We’re expanding OTA a bit to include funny fix names. While most of us get a good chuckle from the work of a clever TERPSter, few of these cute names find their way beyond the local airport crowd. With your help, we’re going to change that to recognize pure genius when we find it. Please send us your favorites. Extra credit given for sequences of fixes. —Editor

On the RNAV (GPS) RWY 33 approach to Kingston-Ulster airport in New York, the intermediate approach fix is ITTLE and the final approach fix is BFINE.

Bill Cole
Ellenville, New York

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