Some general aviation flights operating under instrument flight rules were cleared to return to the air at 1600 EDT Friday, ending a four-day "ground-stop" on flights conducted under Part 91 of the Federal Aviation Regulations. The limited clearance for some GA flights followed a frustrating several days for corporate, business, utility and recreational pilots as the business aviation community found itself in the center of a debate between national security officials, who want ...
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