Bullet Holes Found In 2 Planes At Airport Pilots Advised To Make Steep Approach Into Tamiami Airport http://www.local10.com/news/16277895/detail.html POSTED: 5:30 pm EDT May 15, 2008 MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, Fla. -- The FBI is investigating after bullet holes were found in two small-engine planes at Tamiami Airport in Kendall. Officials aren't sure where the bullet holes came from, but they aren't taking any chances. Recently, the Federal Aviation Administration issued a notice to airmen at Tamiami Airport. Pilots are being advised to take the runways by making a steep approach. It's an effort that will hopefully keep the planes out of target, officials said. Robert Dean, pilot and owner of Dean International Flight School, is concerned a bullet could hit his plane, or even a student. "It could kill," Dean said. "That's super dangerous, so somebody who is doing something like that really needs to think about it." No arrests have been made.