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  • Horizon to base crews here again

    Horizon Air is re-establishing Spokane as a crew base for pilots and attendants, changing an 11-year practice of having crews spend a night in area hotels before leaving the next …


  • Spokane postal worker rally spotlights cuts

    Area post office workers will hold a rally today in downtown Spokane, protesting planned cuts they say will degrade mail service. The rally, organized by the American Postal Workers Union, …


  • Renton chosen for new 737 aircraft production

    Ending months of speculation, Boeing on Wednesday announced it will base future production of the new 737 MAX aircraft in Renton, Wash. State and area officials have worked months to …


  • Council approves airway zones

    Spokane city leaders got a mixed message this week from landowners opposing stricter development rules near the Spokane International Airport. On one hand, developers argued for more freedom to build …


  • TSA: Added security not slowing Spokane airport lines

    Heightened airport security in the wake of an attempted bombing of a Northwest Airlines jet on Christmas Day has not caused any major delays for screening at Pacific Northwest airports, …


  • Improvements take off at airport

    A slowing economy isn’t keeping Spokane International Airport from beginning nearly $70 million in improvements to its runway and apron areas over the next several years. Work is expected to …


  • Avionics repair company’s business soaring

    Airline passengers may grumble when they see airlines operating fewer flights than they once did. For Absolute Aviation, however, airlines’ penny-pinching mentality is all good. That’s because airlines keep sending …


  • Nonstop flights increase traffic

    The most frequent destinations for Spokane air travelers remain Seattle, Portland, Las Vegas, Boise and Phoenix. But one recently added daily nonstop flight to Reno could push that city to …


  • New air traffic tower can handle more flights

    With a taller, more spacious and efficient air traffic control tower, Spokane’s controllers will be able to handle at least 55 more flights a day with the same number of …

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