More than 18 months after a tornado ripped through Lambert Airport in St. Louis, work is about to begin to make over two entrances damaged by the twister.
The money is needed to convince American Airlines to add two daily nonstop flights between Columbia Regional Airport and Dallas/Fort Worth, and one daily nonstop route to Chicago O’Hare
Suspect later caught in St. Louis, officer treated and released.
Revenues up, expenses down from previous year.
Charlie announces Thursday’s “Most Crucial Person to the STL Region”, the Jack Taylor Family and the Andy Tayloy Family; with Academy Award-Winning Actor George Kennedy; and with Tom Brand of the Nat’l Assn. of Farm Broadcasters about the drought’s effects on local farms.
Missouri considers last-ditch plan for Lambert at a fraction of that amount.
Plane lands without incident Sunday, no word on possible suspects.
Airport director Rhonda Hamm-Niebruegge told commissioners that restrooms in the concourse have been renovated and storm-damaged windows replaced.
23-K travellers going through Lambert today, but Sunday’s expected to be closer to 25-K.
“It’s a different airport than it was a decade ago, and I think we all recognize that,” said Hamm-Niebruegge