Stories tagged with: Zanesville Municipal Airport

September 1, 2015 - 3:58pm
51 weeks 1 day ago

An historic aircraft is coming to Zanesville at the end of September 

A 1928 Ford Tri-Motor will fly into the Zanesville municipal Airport Wednesday, September 23. It's all part of the third annual fly-in and drive-in at the airport. Tour coordinator, Anthony Morozowsky said the tri-motor is a neat thing to see for aviation enthusiasts. 

"There's only five of them left in the...

September 27, 2014 - 3:28pm
1 year 47 weeks ago

Airplane enthusiasts came from around the area and around the country to the fly-in at the Zanesville Municipal Airport Saturday.

To some people at the show flying has always been a part of their life, but that's not the case for Joe Wesolowski.

Wesolowski commented on skipping a family trip to Florida when he was in high school because he was afraid of flying. Then he moved to Alaska. One weekend he went to a fly-in fishing trip which reversed his outlook on airplanes.


August 23, 2013 - 8:10am
3 years 2 days ago

The Zanesville Municipal Airport will see improvements thanks to federal funding.

US Senator Sherrod Brown announced that $150,000 has been awarded to the City of Zanesville by the US Department of Transportation's Federal Aviation Administration.

The funds will be used to replace the visual guidance system and rehabilitate the runway at the airport.

Brown said that the improvements will go a long way in sustaining travel in and out of the airport for area residents...

June 24, 2013 - 5:54pm
3 years 8 weeks ago

Summer heat and moisture are two factors that bring out pesky mosquitoes.

The Zanesville-Muskingum County Health Department typically starts spraying for mosquitoes in mid may and all the way through September. Luckily for this year, it has only sprayed 3 times, which is a slower summer start.

"So far this year it's been dry, so there haven't been too many complaints,”said mosquito intern, Levi Lamp. “But usually people just call in, give their address and their...

October 7, 2009 - 8:57pm
6 years 46 weeks ago

A father and daughter are safe and back on the ground after a scary incident in the air.

Muskingum County Sheriff's Lieutenant Randy Wilson says his office received reports around sunset that a pilot, flying a single engine Cessna, was having difficulty breathing and lost consciousness.

"There was a problem with oxygen in the aircraft. They were flying too high, " says Wilson.

Wilson says the pilot's daughter, who had limited flying experience, was going to be...

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