Neb. lawmakers question necessity of state plane

05/10/2013 | Times Union (Albany, N.Y.)

In a debate that lasted until late Thursday evening, some Nebraska lawmakers questioned the necessity of a state airplane and whether purchasing it was cost-effective. Funding was included in the state's proposed budget to purchase the $2.2 million airplane from the University of Nebraska Foundation. Until the foundation decided to sell the Beechcraft Super King Air airplane, Gov. Dave Heineman and agency officials used it though a lease agreement.

View Full Article in:

Times Union (Albany, N.Y.)

Published in Brief:

SmartBrief Job Listings for Transportation

Job Title Company Location
Ground Service Equipment Manager, Americas
Menzies Aviation
Dallas, TX
Airport Services Training Instructor
Spirit Airlines
Miramar, FL
Manager of SMS (Stations)
Allegiant Travel Company
Las Vegas, NV
Manager Technical Purchasing and AOG
JetBlue Airways
Long Island City, NY, NY
Press Secretary
Aerospace Industries Association
Arlington, VA