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The mountains of the Appalachian countryside are even more beautiful from the air with the region's famous vineyards, prime fishing locations, and the grandeur of the great outdoors. Where will your next flight take you?

 
 

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Living and vacationing in the Appalachian Mountains is a unique experience. There is an abundance of history, culture, adventure, places to see, and many things to do.

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Navigating Southern Appalachia’s FBOs

by Kelley Ross

When flying, the journey can be just as important as the actual destination. As any pilot will attest, professionalism and efficiency are important when it comes to fixed-based operations (FBO). While the airports of Appalachia might be small, the services they offer are quite diverse. From refueling to major maintenance, flyers are in safe hands at these airports:

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Spring Flying in Appalachia

by Kelley Ross

Flying in Appalachia during the spring is a wonderful way to recover from the winter blues. The fresh green foliage of fields and mountain forests are sure to please anyone who takes to the skies, but there are also many destinations groundside that are worth checking out.

Three Hours in 30 Minutes

The Efficiency of Flying

by Kelley Ross

The difference between flying and driving in the mountains is the vast amount of time you can save in the air. Thirty minutes of airtime can equal roughly three hours of mountainous driving, but there are many benefits to choosing a path in the sky.

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The Crossroad of Past and Present

Part I

by Melissa Detto

Jenna breathed deeply, her nostrils filling with the sweet spring scents entering the open car windows. But her mood remained sour. “Still no service,” she said, gripping the steering wheel tighter and nodding to her phone.

Her aunt Margaret, a petite woman who wore her reddish-gold hair in a short bob, curved her lips up. “Try to relax, dear.”