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The airport was opened in April 1940 as Van De Graaff Field, and, during World War II, was a U.S. Army Air Forces primary pilot training field. Tuscaloosa is home to the University of Alabama and serves western Alabama. READ MORE →

Serving Birmingham, the largest city in Alabama, and central Alabama, BHM opened in 1931 and is the largest and busiest airport in the state. With a main runway of 12,002 feet, the airport is capable of handling all aircraft types.

Owned and maintained by Auburn University, was formerly known as Auburn–Opelika Robert G. Pitts Airport. AUO offers no commercial service but is well-situated in eastern Alabama. There are special aircraft services available here for AU home football games. READ MORE →

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Harv’s Air is a family owned and operated flying school, air taxi, and aircraft maintenance  organization with two locations: Steinbach and St. Andrews, both located in the Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada area.  We offer the very best in flight training and flying in the safest, most enjoyable way possible.

As you gain flight experience you will plan longer flights. The commercial cross country requirement is a straight line flight of at least 300 nautical miles with 3 landings and takeoffs at airports other than the departure airport. This long cross country as it is often referred to will be one of the most memorable experiences during your flight training. To make it memorable will require good solid planning. Preparation for the all aspects of the flight is vital.