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A/DAbandonment or Destruction
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The Hood Aerodrome is owned and operated by the Masterton District Council.
He also pointed out that the aerodrome had been where former Indonesian president Soekarno and his deputy Mohammad Hatta once met the first PAS president Datuk Seri Dr Burhanuddin Muhammad Nur al-Hilmi to discuss the future of Malaya and Indonesia after World War Two before the Indonesian leaders flew on to Tokyo.
Aerodrome's Daniel Dumelang walked 100 metres that earned him a silver medal and Malebogo James also from Aerodrome won a bronze medal for the 200 metre race.
Almost 90 people have posted comments about the plan on the council's website, the vast majority in support of the aerodrome.
An Aerodrome certification meant the Miaa has complied with the high standards set by the Icao to be able to operate as an international airport.
Saif Al Suwaidi, director general, GCAA said: "The Aerodrome Flight Information Service regulations are the first in this region, and in fact amongst the first in the world.
Saif Al Suwaidi -- director general GCAA, said: "The Aerodrome Flight Information Service Regulations are the first in this region, and in fact amongst the first in the world.
Mohammad Al Dossari - GCAA director air navigation and aerodromes - awarded the first AFIS certificate in accordance with Civil Aviation Regulations.
To their credit Thornaby Aerodrome Club battled all the way through but the Trafalgar proved to be too strong and ran out worthy winners.
"CAAP confirmed that (the BIA) will be the first airport under CAAP management to be certified as an aerodrome," Nagrama said during the launch.
The contract provides for equipping an aerodrome in Iraq with flight radio-technical support equipment," the source said, Sputnik reported.
Raed Arafat, head of the emergency situations department, said the three got tangled up during the jump from 70 meters (230 feet) Sunday morning at the Clinceni aerodrome, southwest of Bucharest, AP reported.