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"[Executive Helicopters owner] Jeremy [Bass] has been very receptive to general concerns about noise and the frequency of those flights. "Horry County Council voted this summer not to renew its current lease with Executive Helicopters, which does business as Huffman Helicopters, mostly because the lease did not address hours of operation and had flight patterns that went over neighborhoods. Those patterns drew some complaints about noise, though Bass has said he has not heard about more than six over the years. Bass changed the route of his flights at the peak of the debate this summer. Bass' business runs out of the Myrtle Beach International Airport. A competitor, Helicopter Adventures, operates under different terms and often flies along Business 17. Executive Helicopter has a memorandum of agreement with the Federal Aviation Administration that shows its flight pattern goes from the airport directly to the beach and then pilots can head either north or south along the shore.
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November if Horry County Council approves all parts of it. The Horry County Airport Advisory Committee unanimously approved recommending the new five year lease for Executive Helicopter to the county's administration committee, which will review it at its next meeting Friday before it goes to full council. The recommendation follows months of discussion following establishment of a competing helicopter tour company in Horry County that sparked complaints from nearby neighborhoods about noise. Wednesday's recommendation did not come without a $14,000 consultant bill and a few concerns, still, about noise complaints.
This time the complaints are coming from the southern part of Horry County and northern part of Georgetown County near the Murrells Inlet Marsh Walk. Executive Helicopters leases 182,000 square feet, or three parcels, from the county at Myrtle Beach International Airport two are hangars and one is flat ground where the helicopters take flight. One hangar is used for maintenance and another hangar, located in the old DHL hangar, is for flight school. The new lease calls for Executive Helicopters to spend about $40,000 on improvements for its flight school hangar. The company also plans to create about 65 new jobs. "It's their intention to grow that business, and it seems like it's Nike Air Force Black High Tops On Feet
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