Lima Allen County Airport (IATA: AOH, ICAO: KAOH, FAA LID: AOH) is a public use airport located five nautical miles (9 km) southeast of the central business district of Lima, a city in Allen County, Ohio, United States. It is owned by the Allen County Regional Airport Authority.
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... When results began coming in, Allen quickly built a sizeable lead, which began to narrow as the night went on ... With 90% of precincts reporting, Allen held a lead of about 30,000 votes, or about 1.5% ... the difference was less than 0.5%, George Allen could have requested a recount paid for by the government ...
... Lima Allen County Airport covers an area of 696 acres (282 ha) at an elevation of 975 feet (297 m) above mean sea level. 12-month period ending June 1, 2007, the airport had 32,500 aircraft operations, an average of 89 per day 80% general aviation, 18.5% air taxi, and 1.5% military ... At that time there were 28 aircraft based at this airport 71% single-engine, 25% multi-engine and 4% jet ...
... In March 1965 Allen joined Wolverhampton Wanderers as senior coach, working under manager Andy Beattie ... Following Beattie's departure, Allen replaced him as manager in September 1965, just after their relegation to the Second Division ... Allen took up the post of manager at Spanish club Athletic Bilbao in March 1969, leading Bilbao to a 1–0 victory over Elche CF in the 1969 Copa del Rey final at the Santiago Bernabéu ...
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... George Allen and Sons was established in 1871, becoming George Allen and Unwin in 1914 as a result of Sir Stanley Unwin's purchase of a controlling interest ... From this time Allen Unwin was an Australia-based, child company of Unwin Hyman ...
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“Airplanes are invariably scheduled to depart at such times as 7:54, 9:21 or 11:37. This extreme specificity has the effect on the novice of instilling in him the twin beliefs that he will be arriving at 10:08, 1:43 or 4:22, and that he should get to the airport on time. These beliefs are not only erroneous but actually unhealthy.”
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