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 Post subject: Trip to KSAT
PostPosted: 13 Oct 2017, 23:13 

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Took the family in the silver bullet down to San Antonio last weekend.
The girls at million air were very nice and it was a good stop. The kids really enjoyed the river and the Alamo. They are really enjoying the plane and I can't be more blessed that they love to fly.

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 Post subject: Re: Trip to KSAT
PostPosted: 14 Oct 2017, 12:30 

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Did you land at SAT International or Stinson Field. Stinson caters more the general aviation and has a nice airport cafe on the flight line. Our Southwest Bonanza group had a luncheon at Stinson last year and had a great time.

If you haven't tried Stinson, then you need to put it on your "to do" list for next time.

Glad you enjoyed San Antonio


 Post subject: Re: Trip to KSAT
PostPosted: 14 Oct 2017, 13:38 

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