Bob Engelbrecht tells each of his 60 pilots that a grandmother should feel comfortable flying in a Sundance helicopter. “That’s a huge priority for us,” said Engelbrecht, the company’s CEO. “People want to know that they can fly with confidence.”
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It won’t be long before pilots flying for the world’s busiest air tour operation may be seeing unmanned aircraft near where they fly hundreds of thousands of tourists each year.
Rick Cunningham knew he wanted to help people when he studied psychology in college. Little did the Kansas City native know that family circumstances would prompt an alternative career with the same purpose.
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Las Vegas’ craft beer movement has tapped downtown in a big way, with the recent openings of a new microbrewery and a beer garden on both ends of the Fremont Street Experience.