Lambert-St. Louis International Airport

Lambert Airport Sees Uptick in Travel in 2015Nearly 13 million passengers flew in and out of Lambert-St. Louis International Airport in 2015 - not since 2009 has the airport seen that volume.
Airport Screeners Union Rallies For New ContractLambert Airport in St. Louis was one of the AFGE's first stops
Plane Blows Tires on Lambert RunwayUnited tries to find other flights for Chicago-bound passengers.
Family Claims Police Escorted Them Off Plane Because of Child's TantrumA suburban St. Louis family says they were nearly kicked off a plane in the Dominican Republic because of their crying toddler.
SKF Expanding to NorthParkThe project will bring in $34.2 million in investments. It will retain 388 jobs and create 73 new jobs over the next six years in the St. Louis area.
Ebola Screening Measures Rest on Federal LawLambert-St. Louis International Airport isn't one of the five U.S. airports that will begin screening incoming passengers from West Africa because it has no arriving international flights from overseas.
Chicago Flight Woes LesseningEffects of Friday's fire at a control center still being felt here in St. Louis, too.
Suspicious Passenger Causes AA Flight to Divert to St. Louis An American Airlines flight from Newark to Dallas/Fort Worth made an unscheduled stop in St. Louis last night because of a suspicious passenger.
Airport Making Way For Zhu Wei Creation"China China 1" will be on display in Terminal 1 at Lambert St. Louis International
Priority: Increasing Europe-Bound Flights from LambertRecruitment efforts at Lambert-St. Louis International Airport are slowly increasing in part by local companies expanding operations to different countries, according to airport director Rhonda Hamm-Niebruegge.
Rain Along East Coast Could Cause Ripple EffectUp to 500 flights and 50,000 people are expected to walk through Lambert's main terminal today, making it one of the busiest travel days of the year.
Camcorder Battery Causes Fire Aboard STL-Bound AirlinerA Fire Department spokesman says the fire was put out with hand-held fire extinguishers.

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