West Coast Leadership is growing tomorrow’s leaders by taking them out of the office and giving them experiences with places, people, and organizations that are truly at the heart of our community. A visit to West Michigan Regional Airport was a must and class participants came away with a deeper understanding of the airport being an important part of the Holland/Zeeland’s transportation infrastructure. Greg Robinson, Airport Manager, and Terry Boer, President of Tulip City Air Service, shared facts, statistics, and why the airport is a tremendous community asset. A tour of the inside of a jet finished off the tour.

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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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Operation Good Cheer

Child and Family Services of Michigan made their annual Christmas present delivery for area foster children by landing a total of 15 planes packed with Christmas gifts at West Michigan Regional Airport. Many helping hands loaded the gifts into waiting trucks and cars....

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