AIRPORT: Plane at heart of settlement...

AIRPORT: Plane at heart of settlement missing one engine

There are 2 comments on the The Press-Enterprise story from Oct 14, 2012, titled AIRPORT: Plane at heart of settlement missing one engine. In it, The Press-Enterprise reports that:

Bill Ingraham, aviation director for San Bernardino International Airport, stands in front of the 1973 Boeing 727 that was used as collateral for a $550,000 loan the airport gave Scot Spencer's companies in 2008.

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disgusted

Mira Loma, CA

#1 Oct 15, 2012
What a joke!! This same guy Ingraham was the very same person who promoted and sold the deal to the Airport Board!! The very same plane without an engine is supposedly gonna fly Obama??? How naive is the airport board to be sold such an idea... oh wait the same people are still working there selling the same story to the very same people who approved it! Geez what's wrong with this picture - wake up San Bernardino!!!!!
CHAD

United States

#2 Oct 16, 2012
When is the Chad is driving to Baldwin Park, California?

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