CHINO, CA — A San Bernardino Superior Court judge has ruled in favor of allowing the lawsuit by a group of Chino Airport tenants against the Planes of Fame to go forward. In a hearing held on May 17, Judge David Cohn found that the Chino Airport tenants had a probability of winning at trial on their claims for nuisance, trespass, and interference with the tenants’ businesses during the Air Show.
THE 2017 AIR SHOW AT THE CHINO AIRPORT WILL GO ON AS PLANNED FOR THE BENEFIT OF ATTENDEES, VENDORS, AND THE AVIATION COMMUNITY
Chino Airport Tenants Withdraw Their Request for a Preliminary Injunction to Stop Planes of Fame from Operating the 2017 Air Show but will Continue to Seek a Coalition to Oversee the 2018 Air Show
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CHINO, Calif.: The group of tenants suing the operators of the annual Planes of Fame Air Show is calling for the County of San Bernardino to appoint a coalition of tenants to oversee any future air shows at the Chino Airport.
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The Yanks Air Museum is greatly saddened by the passing of Lloyd Nims Hoover on July 2, 2016. The Yanks Staff and Volunteers wish to express our deepest sympathy to Lloyd’s family and friends, and our great nation. He will be truly missed.
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