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Air Story One-Sided

January 26, 1986

Peter S. Greenberg's story Jan. 5 about near-misses between aircraft was incredibly one-sided. Aren't all students of basic journalism taught that there are at least two sides to every issue? Greenberg presented the airspace congestion issue from the airlines' point of view only, while completely ignoring the military's side and passing off general aviation, by far the largest group of airspace users, as "Sunday fliers."

I invite Greenberg to take the time to discover general aviation's side of the story. He may contact me to see one private pilot's perspective on the issue, and he may call the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Assn. at (301) 695-2207 to learn the official position of the largest general aviation organization.

JOHN PARSONS

Hawthorne

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