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Helicopter company now offering charter service

You can now head to the Cape Fear Regional Jetport in Oak Island to charter a helicopter to anywhere in the Eastern United States.

Terminally ill man receives bucket list wish on New Year’s Eve

Brunswick County man gets wish granted Saturday from Lower Cape Fear Hospice.

Flying through history aboard Ford Tri-Motor

Oak Island is playing host to a piece of history this weekend with the first commercial airliner, the Ford Tri-Motor.

NTSB releases new info in Oak Island helicopter crash

We're learning more about what happened in Oak Island when a helicopter crashed at the Cape Fear Regional Jetport.

Man sentenced in laser incident at Cape Fear Jetport

The man convicted of pointing a laser at a pilot over Oak Island avoids jail time.

History takes flight in Brunswick County

Working history took flight today as an authentic World War II B-17 Bomber plane flew around Brunswick County. WWAY had a ticket on that flight! And we're not the only ones invited.

EXTRAORDINARY UPDATE: Flying the presidential skies has a new book

videoLet's talk EXTRAORDINARY. Imagine you're on Air Force One and standing in line at the employee/crew bathroom, right next to you, is a Secretary of State and a few Presidents of the United States. That is a true story experienced by Howie Franklin....our Extraordinary Person of the Week.

Brunswick Co. man ready to test homemade plane

videoA Brunswick County man will take to the skies this weekend in a plane he built himself. We first introduced you to Norman Lewis last summer as he started his project. Now his plane is finished and ready for take off.

Oak Island jetport wins $3.65 million in federal funds

The Cape Fear Regional Jetport in Oak Island was awarded $3.65 million in federal funds this week. The money will be used to construct a full parallel taxiway along the newly extended runway.

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