Manassas Airport Employee Recognized for Efforts

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At the 50th Annual International Aviation Snow Symposium in April, Jeff Clayborn, Airport Maintenance Supervisor for the Manassas Regional Airport, was awarded an honorable mention in the Large General Aviation category.  This was for keeping the airport operationally safe at all times.  This includes Jonas, the storm that hit the area on January 23-25, dumping more than 30 inches of snow on the City of Manassas.

Jeff put in more than 45 hours of the 211 hours Airport staff worked, in three days, plowing runways and taxiways to get things cleaned up.  The Manassas Regional Airport was the first airport in the Washington, D.C. area to open to flight traffic.


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