Aviation Still Digging Out From Hurricane Michael

One month after the most devastating hurricane ever to make landfall in the Florida Panhandle, area airports, businesses and homes are still digging out. Hurricane Michael, a violent Category 4 storm with winds as high as 155 mph and a coastal surge of more than 9 ft., made landfall Oct. 10. It tore...
Kirby Harrison

Kirby Harrison is a freelance writer for The Weekly of Business Aviation, Business & Commercial Aviation and others in the Informa publishing chain.

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