Lambert International Airport
The St. Clair County Board has approved $3.65 million in bonds to help pay for the growth of North Bay Produce and Boeing.
A two-hour drama involving a Learjet with broken landing gear concluded on a happy tone. All eight passengers aboard walked off a tarmac at Lambert International Airport after the aircraft landed safely.
“Meteorologists nailed this. The storm came in hot and heavy. We endured four or five hours of heavy snow.”
Missouri Chamber of Commerce President Dan Mehan says the credits would only be tapped if results are seen.
Gas prices pus pressure on airports to reduce their costs and Rhonda Hamm-Niebrugge predicts 2013 will be “a challenging year” for the industry.
The designation gives airport personnel improved communication and safety skills that could help save lives during future storms.
Consultant says for airport to grow, business activity must grow
The airport saw a 3.4 percent increase in passenger boardings in the first quarter of 2012
C Concourse had been shut down since last year.
More than a dozen break-ins reported overnight
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