Lambert International Airport
KMOX News counted at least 20 flights affected in St. Louis on Saturday, 50 on Sunday.
“I’d love to sit down and visit with Governor Nixon and say here’s what we’ve agreed upon, we’d love to have you call a special session and then find out if he’s willing to or not.”
Greg Lindsay, co-author of the new book “Aerotropolis” accused “everyone in Missouri” of “abusing” the word “aerotropolis” and said flat-out he didn’t believe the aerotropolis concept would work in St. Louis.
Will tax breaks work, or just shift the risk from businesses to tax payers?
Despite record number of disasters this spring, Napolitano promises “no delay” in help for victims.
A complete recovery could take two months.
A day after suffering millions of dollars of damage, Mayor Francis Slay and others say Lambert International Airport will reopen at 70% capacity tomorrow.
Hundreds watch as a plane is pushed by the tornado that touched down near Lambert Airport Friday night.
Lambert International Airport receives extensive damage from storm.
The plane fishtailed when it touched down on and skidded off a snowy runway. Some 140 people were on board the flight.