McKINNEY, Texas — Monarch Air has selected McKinney National Airport (TKI) for a major expansion. Monarch Air will lease a significant portion of a 53,750-square-foot hangar and office facility at the airport to offer a range of services including aircraft maintenance, flight training, charter service, fleet management, acquisitions and sales for the private sector.
A recently completed study supports the importance of state and federal grants to fund projects for preservation and capital improvement at Washington’s airports.
The Airport Investment Study estimates that the state’s 134 public-use airports will need $3.6 billion in projects during the next 20 years.
A new terminal was recently dedicated at the Twin County Airport (KHLX) serving Carroll and Grayson Counties, as well as Galax, Va.
WEST CHICAGO, Ill. – DuPage Airport will soon kick off a $11.4 million capital improvement project to widen and rehabilitate its primary runway.
Airport officials report that construction is slated to begin this spring, with completion in December of this year.
Children’s book author and pilot Paul Hohmann will be signing copies of his new book “The Tale of Tango” May 3 at Greenville Downtown Airport (GMU) in South Carolina, starting at 11 a.m. at the Runway Cafe.
The annual Take Flight 5K will take to the runway at the Greenville Downtown Airport (GMU) in South Carolina on May 24.
Friday Harbor Airport (KFHR) in Washington state, has opened a new Pilot Welcome Center in the northeast corner of the airport next to the guest tie-down area.
By Carol Lee Anderson
GILFORD. N.H. – Earth Day is celebrated in numerous ways throughout the nation, and at Laconia Municipal Airport (LCI), “going green” is a just normal part of conducting daily business.
If anyone thinks that the airport that lies in the heart of the Lakes Region isn’t constantly working toward making sure its operations are earth-friendly, they are in for a pleasant surprise.
The Terrell Municipal Airport (TRL) has been recognized by the Texas Department of Transportation as the 2014 General Aviation Airport of the Year.
“It is an honor to be recognized for years of hard work,” Terrell Assistant City Manager Mike Sims told The Terrell Tribune. “This is a statement of a job well done and it means folks who have never before visited our airport will give us a look. That’s more business and more opportunities to impress.”