Federal business discrimination complaint parachutes into Casa Grande

Photo: ryan harvey / Flicker
Photo: ryan harvey / Flicker

By Shane Dale | Casa Grande Dispatch

Phoenix Area Skydiving owner Luther Kurtz has filed an economic discrimination complaint with the Federal Aviation Administration against the city of Casa Grande and the Casa Grande Municipal Airport after his request to set up a parachute landing zone at the airport was rejected.

 Kurtz has run the commercial skydiving operation in Pinal County for eight years, setting up parachute landing zones in remote areas near Casa Grande while renting an office at the airport.


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