Instrument Landing System

GF-runway2012 – The refurbished Instrument Landing System (ILS) is completed and passed its final FAA ground and flight checks. “It’s a critical navigation aid for pilots landing at West Michigan Regional Airport,” said Holland Assistant City Manager and Authority staff member Greg Robinson. “The ILS is extremely important to this area from an economic development standpoint to enable business jet aircraft to continue to conduct business and stay competitive in today’s global economy.”

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WMRA Crack Sealant Maintenance

Crack Sealant is an important part of maintaining the overall pavement surface at West Michigan Regional Airport. (Check out the video that follows.) Over time, pavement will deteriorate due to weather and stress. Crack Sealant is used to help get many more years...

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Arrival of the Angel Aircraft

The Angel Airplane, used for missionary work in remote areas of the world, landed at West Michigan Regional Airport in Holland, for an exciting design change - to build a new diesel engine. AV gas is scarce and expensive in third world countries, but diesel fuel is...

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