'Course Correction'
I just finished reading the second part of your series on Greater Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky Airport ("Course Correction," December/January). I agree with many points in your article regarding high airfares, poor service and mismanagement by the airport board.
However, there is an airport on the eastern side of Cincinnati that provides an alternative to CVG. Lunken Airport is the perfect reliever airport for CVG, and there is regular service. We run from Lunken to Chicago Midway three days per week, and Destination One, which is out of Cleveland, flies in every day. Additionally, Lunken has free parking, no need to arrive two hours early, minimal security hassles and no baggage diffficulties.
In recent years, air travel has become a gruesome experience. Our goal is to put some of the fun back in aviation.
Sharon McGee
Executive Director
Flamingo Air Inc.
'Maisonette R.I.P.'
Nat Comisar was not and never was "proprietor" of the Golden Lamb ("42 Top Scandals," December/January). My brother Michael and I owned the lease and decided to get out as we are both in our 70s and tired of the restaurant business.
N. Lee Comisar

The city of Cincinnati will continue to own and operate Blue Ash Airport ("Flying High," Dec-Jan) under its agreement to sell adjacent airport land to the city of Blue Ash. Blue Ash Aviation and There by Air Charters operate at Blue Ash Airport ("Leading Tristate Air Charter Services" chart); Northstar Helicopters is no longer in business there, and because Co-Op Aircraft Service is not certified by the Federal Aviation Administration to charter aircraft, it should not have been included in that chart.