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Monday, January 29, 2013
Last week on a flight back from Arizona, I stopped in San Antonio, TX to attend the NBAA Schedulers & Dispatchers conference to learn more about aircraft handling and contract fuel for my trip around the world in N50ET. I received good news and bad news. The bad news being that to land in Nagoya, Japan, it will cost approximately $6,000 in fees. The good news is that to land to land in Perth, Western Australia, my own home town, it will only cost $600. Aren't we lucky in the US to not be subjected to User fees! More to come.