What’s Happening at San Carlos Airport
Wed Oct 20 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
|Due to the COVID-19 public health crisis, this seminar will only be available for online viewing. IN-PERSON ATTENDANCE WILL NOT BE PERMITTED.**
Keeping an airport strong takes a lot of hard work. The airplane owners and pilots of San Carlos Airport are fortunate to have a great team from San Mateo County maintaining and protecting the airport. Issues are addressed instantly, from runway surface issues to refurbishing the hangars, and limiting neighboring construction against flight operations.
SCFC invites San Carlos Airport Manager Gretchen Kelly to update the pilot community on anything that can impact the safety of flight operations. What upcoming closures can pilots expect? What changes can pilots expect to operating rules and procedures? What is the status of work to improve traffic pattern coverage by the contract control tower?
If you fly at San Carlos Airport, this presentation will bring you the latest news and information for pilots coming from the SQL Airport Management office.
Gretchen Kelly manages the San Carlos and Half Moon Bay Airports. Before her current position, she worked in corporate flight planning, medium-hub airport operations, and FAA airport certification/grant funding. Gretchen is a private pilot and holds a master of public administration from USC. She credits her talented staff and home delivery-everything for her work/life balance.
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