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Kawaihapai Airfield

The fate of Kawaihapai (aka Dillingham) Airfield is uncertain at this time, but I remain hopeful something can be worked out to save general aviation and hundreds of jobs on the North Shore. I have had, and continue to have, meetings with all stakeholders, government officials and aviation related associations. Tragically, we lost two wonderful men in the recent tow plane crash. Rick Rogers and Bill Enoka devoted their lives to flying and they loved to fly at Kawaihapai. Rick was a retired Hawaiian Airlines pilot and historian. Old timers smile and remember him as Captain Haleiwa. Bill was a retired firefighter and flight instructor who taught hundreds of new pilots through the Civil Ai

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