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11/10/2016

KITTY-HAWK DAY


Saturday, December 17th marks the 113th anniversary of the Wright Brothers first flight at Kitty-Hawk, North Carolina.
Come to X01 in Everglades City and toast the event with a cup of coffee along with a free pancake and sausage breakfast hosted by Wings Aero Tours
Chuck Gretske starts flipping the flapjacks at 10am.





10/25/2016

FLY TO X01 WITH YOUR COOLER!

Stone Crab Season opened October 1st

fly in to Everglades Airpark and fly out with a cooler filled with these delicious treats for your Holiday celebrations


Check inside the terminal building for a list of local restaurants or click here for a copy of the Mullet Rapper with listings http://www.evergladesmulletrapper.com

Most will provide free delivery to the airport and also offer a free ride to restaurants for dining before departing

9/07/2016

FLY-IN FISH

Snook fishing season opened September 1, 2016 and you can find some of the finest snook fishing anywhere on earth right here in Everglades City.



Our local fishing guides know all of the secret best places in the 10,000 islands to hook onto these challenging sport fish.




Find ads for guides here http://www.evergladesmulletrapper.com 
or check around town for local listings. 

7/09/2016

SEAPLANE LANDING IN EVERGLADES CITY
The Collier County Airport Authority has agreed to pursue a study of the feasibility of establishing a seaplane landing area and ramp at the Everglades Airpark.  

The preferred sea lane location and alignment (for takeoff and landing) has been determined to be in Chokoloskee Bay west of and parallel to the existing paved landside runway. Much of the surrounding airspace is already protected as a result of the existing hard surfaced runway. 

Placement of sea lane marker buoys would require additional approvals from the U.S. Coast Guard, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and might require a submerged lands lease from the State of Florida. Sea lane markers require periodic maintenance as well as United States Coast Guard approval prior to installation.
Therefore, given the presence of nautical traffic in the bay, regulatory and maintenance considerations, a marked sea lane is not a recommended option in this case.

Due the uniqueness of the location, additional effort will be required to determine the actual or potential environmental impact and mitigating these impacts. 

Mayor Sammy Hamilton has appointed Mike Klein, former chairman of the Collier County Airport Authority, to represent the City in monitoring and reporting to him on progress of this endeavor. 
For further information you can contact Mike at nfn19842@naples.net.