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  • During the good times, [Ed Iacobucci's] wife, Nancy, had started an air-charter business called Wingedfoot.

    Taxis in the Sky « Isegoria

  • During the good times, his wife, Nancy, had started an air-charter business called Wingedfoot.

    Taxis in the Sky

  • But last week, NEWSWEEK has learned, FBI agents working for Starr obtained records from a small Virginia air-charter company that suggest there may be more to Landow's contacts with Willey.

    Willey And The Mogul

  • Their offenses in most cases have been misdemeanors, not felonies (in Travelgate, the "crime" was attempted crony-ism-a failed effort to throw some air-charter business to their friend Harry Thomason).

    Lawyering The Truth

  • But the market cost of chartering a Citation would have been $14,000, according to an air-charter service.

    Living Off The Loopholes

  • Last February, Hollywood producer and FOB (Friend of Bill) Harry Thomason complained to Clinton and-in greater detail-to White House administrator David Watkins that a friend and partner in the air-charter business, Darnell Martens, was rebuffed when he expressed interest in bidding on White House charters.

    Judgment Calls

  • As the news media reported at the time, a Clinton friend named Harry Thomason was part owner of an air-charter company that coveted the White House travel business.

    Cracks In The Wall

  • TRAVELGATEHarry Thomason This old Arkansas friend urged Hillary to clean out the office that handles presidential press travel -- and his air-charter firm then bid for the travel business.

    Cracks In The Wall

  • Having his $200 haircut and allowing a Hollywood producer to work out of a White House office and then intervene on behalf of friends to win White House air-charter business have done serious damage to his public standing.


  • There's a lot of pressure on these corporate operators, these air-charter operators and so forth, to cut costs wherever possible.

    CNN Transcript Feb 2, 2005


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