Federal Aviation Administration certifies Manassas flight school

Aviation Adventures is based out of the Manassas Regional Airport. The flight school is also offered at the Leesburg Executive Airport, the Warrenton-Fauquier Airport, and the Stafford Regional Airport.

With Examining Authority, Aviation Adventures can provide graduates with Pilot Certificates at the end of the course, according to a release.

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National association honors Manassas Regional Airport Director

The National Air Transportation Association (NATA) recently honored Manassas Regional Airport Director Juan Rivera.

Rivera received the 2017 Airport Executive Partnership Award, according to a City of Manassas press release.

“I am honored to receive this award,” Juan Rivera said in the release.

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Vera’s Kitchen Celebrates Grand Opening

Mayor Hal Parrish and members of the Manassas City Council recently joined business owners Adiam and Veronica Musie to celebrate the grand opening of their restaurant, Vera’s Kitchen, in Historic Downtown Manassas.

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Young professionals group launches in Prince William County

The Young Professionals of Northern Virginia (YPNOVA) group plans to help young professionals by offering monthly educational and social events that cater to professionals who are 45 years old and younger.

YPNOVA will host its next event on June 28 at the Prince William Chamber of Commerce’s office, where experts will discuss project and time management. A happy hour will follow the discussion.

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In Manassas, across the commonwealth, tourism spending is on the rise

Tourism is an essential part of our local economy. Few localities have experienced such seminal events as Manassas did during the Civil War. The Manassas National Battlefield Park, Liberia Plantation and Manassas Museum continue to serve as key attractions.

Increasingly, visitors are also drawn to the charm of Historic Downtown, its specialty shopping and dining, and crowd-pleasing events.

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Manassas City officials pause each May to recognize businesses

More than 100 businesses gathered at the Center for the Arts on the morning of May 10 for the City’s 4th Annual Business Appreciation Breakfast.  This is a rare opportunity for City officials, community leaders and businesses of all sizes to engage one another and make lasting connections.

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