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  • Ashland helicopter firm seeks manager role at Astoria airport

  • ASTORIA — A helicopter company that transports bar pilots at the mouth of the Columbia River wants a management role at the Astoria Regional Airport in Warrenton.
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  • ASTORIA — A helicopter company that transports bar pilots at the mouth of the Columbia River wants a management role at the Astoria Regional Airport in Warrenton.
    Brim Aviation of Ashland took over the bar pilot work last year from a California company. Bar pilots guide oceangoing vessels over the treacherous passage at the mouth of the river.
    Brim's maintenance base manager, Kyle Fortune, tells the Daily Astorian (http:bit.ly/GZJJFw) the company will make its proposal Tuesday to the Port of Astoria. The port recently laid off its part-time airport manager to save money.
    Fortune says Brim would take over fueling, fixed-base operation and other services. It wants to provide 24-hour fuel service as well as courtesy cars for pilots and regional marketing for the airport.
    — Information from: The Daily Astorian, http:www.dailyastorian.com.
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