Now, with Eccelsa Aviation’s cutting-edge fixed-base operator (FBO) air terminal at its very heart, travellers seeking privacy and luxury need look no further.,Above and beyond Opened in the summer of 2009, the Eccelsa terminal – the only FBO in Olbia Costa Smeralda Airport – is an architectural masterpiece in its own right.,We are all very aware that tourists are the real assets – not only for Eccelsa and the airport, but also for Costa Smeralda as a whole Eccelsa Aviation, which is controlled by airport management company Geasar, has fully embraced its role in making Costa Smeralda an exclusive tourist destination, combining utter professionalism with a special charm that comes from dealing with a constant flow of discerning, often famous clients., Opened in the summer of 2009, the Eccelsa Aviation fixed-base operator air terminal is an architectural masterpiece in its own right The giant wing is capable of sheltering large, executive carriers, including the Boeing 737 and the Airbus A319.,Privacy, security and comfort are among the qualities private aircraft passengers most appreciate about Eccelsa Aviation, and our work with the Marina di Olbia is very much a part of that service.

Now, with Eccelsa Aviation’s cutting-edge fixed-base operator (FBO) air terminal at its very heart, travellers seeking privacy and luxury need look no further.,Above and beyond Opened in the summer of 2009, the Eccelsa terminal – the only FBO in Olbia Costa Smeralda Airport – is an architectural masterpiece in its own right.,We are all very aware that tourists are the real assets – not only for Eccelsa and the airport, but also for Costa Smeralda as a whole Eccelsa Aviation, which is controlled by airport management company Geasar, has fully embraced its role in making Costa Smeralda an exclusive tourist destination, combining utter professionalism with a special charm that comes from dealing with a constant flow of discerning, often famous clients., Opened in the summer of 2009, the Eccelsa Aviation fixed-base operator air terminal is an architectural masterpiece in its own right The giant wing is capable of sheltering large, executive carriers, including the Boeing 737 and the Airbus A319.,Privacy, security and comfort are among the qualities private aircraft passengers most appreciate about Eccelsa Aviation, and our work with the Marina di Olbia is very much a part of that service.

GOSHEN — The pilot of a plane who died in a crash near Goshen Thursday was an auto dealership owner in Middlebury, a community booster and an aviator with a history of volunteering his aircraft to fly sick children to hospitals.,Neal Myers, 55, was killed when his plane struck a high-tension power line and went down in a field about 500 yards west of C.R. 33, between C.R. 42 and C.R. 40, east of Goshen Municipal Airport around 8:10 p.m. Thursday, Elkhart County Sheriff Jeff Siegel said.,MYERS REMEMBERED Middlebury Town Manager Mary Cripe called Friday “a sad day here in Middlebury,” as she and others grieved the loss of Myers.,Joe Caffee, president and CEO of First State Bank in Middlebury, believed Myers easily ranked as a pillar of the town.,Myers was also an avid pilot who volunteered his time and skills to transport children with illnesses to hospitals, Caffee pointed out.

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The billionaire owner of the Rams never came clean with the people of St. Louis before he moved his team to Los Angeles in 2016.,Three years after they abandoned St. Louis for L.A., the Los Angeles Rams will play in the Super Bowl against the New England Patriots on Sunday.,(Photo: Kirby Lee, USA TODAY Sports) read more

The future is taking shape in the concrete pillars and sloped canopy roof of a transformative new stadium that will serve as home to the Super Bowl-bound Los Angeles Rams and the Los Angeles Chargers when the world’s most expensive sports complex opens in 2020.,[Rams-Patriots Super Bowl guide] Moreover, after decades in which taxpayers shouldered much of the cost of new sports arenas, the privately funded stadium is being closely watched as a potential new model for first-rate NFL venues built without public subsidies.,It is the vision of Rams owner E. Stanley Kroenke, a Missouri-born billionaire developer and sports mogul, who took to heart NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell’s insistence that any new stadium built for pro football’s return to Los Angeles must be iconic and serve as home to two teams.,(Allison Zaucha/For The Washington Post) NFL's most expensive stadium Though the Kroenke organization won’t confirm the cost or provide details of its privately funded financing plan, NFL owners in March agreed to raise their debt waiver to accommodate the Los Angeles project.,[Sally Jenkins: Gifting Daniel Snyder any money or land for a new Redskins stadium would be absolute madness] Just a decade ago, it seemed the Dallas Cowboys had set a spending mark that wouldn’t be topped when they opened ATT Stadium at a cost of $1.3 billion, with the city of Arlington helping team owner Jerry Jones finance the project with tax hikes and bonds.

But they can’t leave before fans send them off with a party at Gillette Stadium.,The Patriots will hold a free Super Bowl send-off rally Sunday morning at 10 a.m., with the stadium gates opening bright and early at 8 a.m. Previous rallies have been held outside of the Hall at Patriot Place, but this year’s will be inside of Gillette Stadium.,Buses are expected to depart Gillette Stadium at noon.,If you can’t make it to Gillette Stadium for Sunday’s festivities, you can watch the rally on WBZ-TV or streaming online at CBSBoston.com.,The Patriots will take on the Los Angeles Rams in Super Bowl LIII on Sunday, Feb. 3.

The longest shutdown in government history shows no signs of ending tonight.,But some help for unpaid federal employees could be on the way.,Gov. Newsom has offered his support to TSA employees.,They could collect some money during the shutdown but it's not just that simple.

Seneca County commissioners approved the purchase of 180 new voting machines on behalf of the Seneca County Board of Elections at its meeting Tuesday morning.,The total price of the ExpressVote equipment from Election Systems & Software, of Omaha, Nebraska, is a little more than $1,065,000 with the state paying about $648,392, leaving about $416,392 as the county’s portion of the cost as well as $16,000 per year in maintenance costs and the possibility of $60,000 per year in maintenance fees beginning in the sixth year of use.,After investigation into reducing the cost, board of elections personnel reported the only way to reduce costs for the county would be to reduce the number of machines purchased, which was not optimal for the number people in the county who vote during governor and presidential election years.,The commissioners approved advertising for bids for a new roof and other improvements to Seneca County Opportunity Center at no cost to the county.,Also Tuesday, the commissioners voted 2-1 to approve a third appraisal on 37.5 acres of land adjacent to the Seneca County Airport owned by airport manager Brad Newman.

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CHICAGO (AP) — Nick Foles hit Golden Tate with a 2-yard touchdown pass on fourth down with 56 seconds remaining against the NFL's stingiest defense, lifting the Philadelphia Eagles over the Chicago Bears 16-15 in the final wild-card game Sunday.,CHARGERS 23, RAVENS 17 read more

Illinois State Police documents show that the agency frequently assigns troopers to escort sports teams, musicians and even filmmakers across the congested roadways of greater Chicago.,Illinois State Police wouldn’t comment on the trip, so the Tribune made a public records request for all police escort contracts in 2018.,Though critics have called police escorts for sports teams a frivolous and potentially dangerous use of public resources, state police defend them as a way to provide “safety and security for all those involved in the motorcade as well as for the motoring public.”,The contracts show that visiting NFL teams routinely receive police escorts to and from the airport, hotels and Soldier Field.,College football teams are also major customers: Northwestern University had a standing order for police escorts between its team hotel and Ryan Field on game days, and the University of Illinois paid for the service when it played at Soldier Field in September.