Rhonda Hamm Niebruegge
A new screening system means passengers will be able to drop their luggage off at the counters, instead of lugging them to the security areas.
Recruitment 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.
On the plus side, the merger is expected to make it easier for passengers to accumulate frequent flier miles.
Two years after hopes for a China Hub took flight, China Eastern Airlines officially cuts its last tie with Lambert Airport.
“Normally when you dig trenches like that in a landfill area, you bring up a lot of putrescible waste which is attracting for birds,” Lambert Director Rhonda Hamm-Niebruegge said.
Lambert St. Louis International Director Rhonda Hamm-Niebruegge joins us to discuss new TSA rules and the latest on parking fee increases.
We get a preview of tonight’s State of the Union Address from Josh Kraushaar, executive editor of the National Journal’s Hotline.
Keith Calhoun, the Lebanon plant manager with Emerson Electric, said a new hub at St. Louis would mean less time, less money and more efficiency. Currently his goods take off from Chicago.
Charlie talks with Lambert Airport Director Rhonda Hamm Niebruegge about renting space at Lambert; with STL Alderman Tom Villa about reducing the size of the Brd. of Alderman; with Dan O’Neill of the STL Post-Dispatch about greatest STL sports moments; and with Joe Strohm of the STL Cardinals about ticket sales bargains.
Consultant says for airport to grow, business activity must grow