A new mission
Forty years after Spokane International Airport’s main terminal opened, the airport is concerned with more than moving people and cargo: Its mission now also includes building the economy.
Critics have said the airport should have been doing more in that regard in the past. But now it’s moving ahead with an ambitious agenda that includes property development and $80 million in capital spending.
Read more about Spokane International Airport’s past, and its future, in Sunday Business.
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