Skydiving business files FAA complaint against California airport

Skydive Sacramento, a California skydiving company, has filed a formal complaint with the FAA against Lincoln Regional Airport, alleging that anti-skydiving officials with the city are blocking them from landing skydivers at the airport. The complaint notes that airports that take federal money, as Lincoln Regional does, are prohibited from discriminating against legitimate aviation activities. City officials counter by saying that they have tried to negotiate a lease that allows the company to use the land.

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