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KGWB Winter OperationsNovember 2017 As another winter season begins, we wanted to review with everyone our snow removal operations and point out some changes for 2017-2018.  One thing that has not changed is our availability, if you need to conduct an operation outside of normal business hours, contact us on our main line or 260-226-1158 emergency number […] Read More
Large Corporate Hangars AvailableAvailable Now. These two hangars totaling 10,500 sq. feet are connected by a common wall and a man door. There are two offices, a smaller office with restroom built into the East hangar (NW corner) and the main office complex in an add-on/lean-to. The main office area totals 642 sq. feet and includes a lounge […] Read More

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The DeKalb County Airport Authority provides a safe, efficient and cost effective environment for air transportation while contributing to and generating economic benefit by acting as a gateway to and from DeKalb County and the region. We promote aviation, both corporate and private, affording convenient and diverse travel options along with community events for the area citizens.

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5 days ago

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11 months ago

DeKalb County Airport

Steve McMurray, Century Aviation’s Director of Maintenance, has received the Charles Taylor Master Mechanic Award from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) in recognition of more than 50 years of aviation maintenance experience. It was presented Friday afternoon at DeKalb County Airport by George Ballard, FAA Safety Program Manager in the Indianapolis Flight Standards Office. The Charles Taylor Award is the most prestigious award presented by the FAA to an aviation maintenance technician. The award, named in honor of Charles Taylor, the first aviation mechanic in powered flight, recognizes the lifetime accomplishments of senior mechanics. Taylor served as the Wright brothers’ mechanic and is credited with designing and building the engine for the 1903 Wright Flyer, the first aircraft to achieve heavier-than-air flight. “We are thrilled that the FAA has recognized Steve for his outstanding career,” said Lara Gaerte, CEO of Century Aviation. “The Charles Taylor Award recognizes lifetime achievements in the aviation maintenance field; we are truly proud that Steve is part of our organization.” ... See MoreSee Less

Steve McMurray, Century Aviation’s Director of Maintenance, has received the Charles Taylor Master Mechanic Award from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) in recognition of more than 50 years of aviation maintenance experience. It was presented Friday afternoon at DeKalb County Airport by George Ballard, FAA Safety Program Manager in the Indianapolis Flight Standards Office. The Charles Taylor Award is the most prestigious award presented by the FAA to an aviation maintenance technician. The award, named in honor of Charles Taylor, the first aviation mechanic in powered flight, recognizes the lifetime accomplishments of senior mechanics. Taylor served as the Wright brothers’ mechanic and is credited with designing and building the engine for the 1903 Wright Flyer, the first aircraft to achieve heavier-than-air flight. “We are thrilled that the FAA has recognized Steve for his outstanding career,” said Lara Gaerte, CEO of Century Aviation. “The Charles Taylor Award recognizes lifetime achievements in the aviation maintenance field; we are truly proud that Steve is part of our organization.”

 

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