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Remember how Congress moved almost like greased lightning to keep stop the slowdown in commercial flights that the sequester was going to cause?
And remember how the jaded among you said that was just because they were getting to leave on recess, and didn't want to face delays as they flew home for the break?
Well, turns out there's some dough left from the money the FAA moved around to keep air traffic controllers off furlough, and it's going to help the little airports like Felts Field. And gee, they almost never fly into the little airports…at least not outside of campaign season.
Spokane Airport CEO Larry Krauter is the next speaker for the Nov. 27 Executive Connect Breakfast.
The session starts at 7:30 and runs till 9 a.m. at the Spokane Club.
Spokane International Airport, at 4,800 acres, is the second largest airport in Washington. The airport board also manages Felts Field, a 400-acre general reliever airport that is home to over 320 aircraft and 49 tenants.
Registration is $30. Do that here.