Twin Air Calypso Limited Inc., operating as Naples Connection, plans to begin scheduled air service between Naples Municipal Airport and four Florida cities beginning Oct. 22.
The company, which has flown between Fort Lauderdale and the Bahamas since 1954, plans to offer four weekly flights each to Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Key West and Orlando using high-capacity nine-passenger aircraft. Two pilots will crew the jet-prop Cessna Caravan aircraft.
Naples Connection plans to announce fares and schedules in September.
Health care talk is Wednesday
Global Wealth Consultants will host a discussion at 11 a.m. Wednesday for those interested in talking and learning more about the recent Supreme Court decision regarding the Affordable Care Act. This gathering is an open forum with a focus on interdisciplinary dialogue at the company's offices, 8955 Fontana Del Sol Way, North Naples.
Points for discussion include what the timeline is for implementing the law and what effect the presidential election will have on it. Moderators will be Mark Matos, managing director for Global Wealth Consultants, and Michael DeLuca, manager of Urish Popeck & Co. of Florida.
A light lunch and refreshments will be served. Call (239) 919-2115 to RSVP.
Naples air service center expanding
Air Technology Engines in Naples is hiring and expanding manufacturing space because of an increase in business.
The service center overhauls and upgrades gas turbine engines, helicopter transmissions and dynamic components used in firefighting, armed forces and law enforcement helicopters.
In the first phase of its 5,000-square-foot expansion, the shop floor will increase its turbine engine products. The line of repair includes compressor components, accessory gearboxes and gear drives. Over the past year, shop personnel doubled and plans are in place to continue the hiring trend. Equipment and services have expanded to include jig grinders, and additional cleaning lines.
For more information: (239) 643-0011, 1-800-493-0011 or airtechnology.com.
Heery joins Club at Mediterra as agronomy director
Frank Heery is now the agronomy director at The Club at Mediterra. He will oversee all of the club's landscaping and its two championship golf courses.
Heery has more than 20 years' experience in the field of agronomy and golf course maintenance, including working at clubs such as Merion Golf Club in Ardmore, Pa., Cherry Hills Country Club in Cherry Hills, Colo., and, most recently, Westmoreland Country Club in Chicago. Mediterra is on Livingston Road two miles north of Immokalee Road in North Naples.
More information: The Club at Mediterra at (239) 254-3022 or www.mediterraliving.com.
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