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Wednesday, July 17, 2019  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883

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Spokane airport might add terminal if growth continues

A new airport costing $250 million or more might be in the region’s future, a 20-year master plan for Spokane International Airport says. But Airport Director and CEO Larry Krauter …


Clark: Volunteer shows true hospitality

Tom Summerson, aka “Mr. Hospitality,” credits a “love of aviation” when I ask what motivated him to become an award-winning champion for Spokane. Uh-uh.


Getting There: Airport bringing new plan to public

Growth at Spokane International Airport for the next 20 years is going to be guided by a new master plan, which the public can weigh in on this week. Airport …


Cargo pilot who overshot Spokane airport convicted of flying while intoxicated

A cargo pilot who overshot the Spokane airport by 50 miles last year, then lined up on the wrong runway during his approach, has been convicted in federal court of …


Spokane Airports leading legal challenge against FAA closures

Spokane Airports is at the forefront of an expanding legal challenge to the Federal Aviation Administration’s decision to close the Felts Field air control tower and 148 others at small …


Local air traffic operations face cuts

Federal budget cuts that went into effect last week could result in closure of the Felts Field air traffic control tower and elimination of the tower night shift at Spokane …


Federal cuts could close Felts air traffic tower

Federal budget cuts that went into effect last week could result in closure of the Felts Field air traffic control tower and elimination of the tower night shift at Spokane …


Delta will offer direct flights to L.A. from Spokane

Nonstop service to Los Angeles is returning to Spokane International Airport. Delta Air Lines officials Tuesday announced that the airline will begin direct service to LAX starting June 10.


City draws map of pot areas

Spokane leaders on Tuesday got a glimpse of where the first pot for recreational use might be grown or sold legally within city limits. The map is heavily dominated by …


First nonstop flight to Hawaii departs Saturday

Allegiant Air couldn’t have picked a better time of year to kick off its new nonstop service from Spokane to Honolulu. People of the Inland Northwest are pretty much tired …


Horizon Air unveils maintenance hangar

Horizon Air and Spokane International Airport have teamed up to turn a 1940s-era hangar into a new overnight maintenance shop for the airline. Horizon anticipates the $1.9 million project will …


One dead following crash near Spokane airport

Spokane police say one man is dead following a crash near the Spokane International Airport tonight. Spokane International Airport and Spokane police officers responded to a two-vehicle collision at the …


Getting There: Airport devotes lot to drivers with phones

Drivers picking up someone at Spokane International Airport have a new amenity to make the trip easier. The airport last month opened a free new parking lot along West Airport …


Lallier, veterans given tribute at Spokane airport

Bud Inslee, of Connell, Wash., sat in a crowd at Spokane International Airport Wednesday morning waiting for his Honor Flight to board. He had the gleam of a man looking …


Former railroad span now links office park, Centennial Trail

Bill Kessler, of Spokane, has a new shortcut to get to the Centennial Trail. Kessler, who travels on foot, was heading to a ballgame Friday at Mission Park when he …


Commissioners consider new slate of jail options

Spokane County officials are reconsidering their 2010 choice to build a new jail at the Medical Lake interchange off Interstate 90. The selection of the Medical Lake site from among …


Pioneer family member dies at 95

James Patrick McGoldrick II – successful businessman, aviation leader and collector – died last week at age 95 in one of the boats he kept at his Pend Oreille River …


Spokane will lose SWA flights to Portland

Southwest Airlines is planning to drop its Spokane service to Portland starting Jan 6. The airline’s Spokane station manager, J.C. Evans, said the decision follows Southwest’s move to drop service …


Inaugural Plane Pull benefits the Special Olympics

They huffed and puffed, heaved and hoed. The men and women had a mighty task ahead of them: drag a Boeing 727 aircraft 12 feet down the tarmac.


Spokane lands Hawaii nonstop

Allegiant Air, a discount airline that serves mostly small to midsize cities, will begin weekly nonstop flights from Spokane to Honolulu in February. The once-per-week flight will leave on Saturday …


Airline announces weekly Spokane-Hawaii service

Allegiant Air, a discount airline that serves mostly small to midsized cities, will begin weekly nonstop flights from Spokane to Honolulu in February.


Getting There: Grant will help airport cut planes’ emissions

Spokane International Airport is getting green on the tarmac. The airport is undertaking a $2.8 million project to reduce exhaust emissions from aircraft and ground-based generators.


Gov. Jindal visits Spokane for McKenna fundraiser

The frontrunner to be the Republican nominee for Washington governor brought a GOP star to Spokane on Wednesday to help raise money for his campaign. Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal – …


Cargo pilot indicted on drunken flying charge

A commercial cargo pilot was drunk when he landed a plane at the Spokane International Airport in April, federal prosecutors allege.


FedEx donates practice plane to Spokane airport

Spokane International Airport took possession Wednesday of a well-traveled Boeing 727-200 through a donation by its owner, FedEx Express. The plane will be moved to a corner of the airport …


FedEx 727 is gift for training

Spokane airport firefighters, other emergency responders and college students are soon going to have a large jet aircraft to use for training. FedEx Express is donating the airframe of one …


Giant cargo jet over Spokane was a 747-8F

That gigantic jet flying over Spokane today and yesterday was a Boeing 747-800 being prepped for delivery to Luxembourg.


Congress passes bill reauthorizing FAA spending

Approval Monday of legislation to reauthorize spending by the Federal Aviation Administration is expected to bring more than $40 million in investment for Spokane International Airport and Felts Field over …


UPDATED: Thu., Jan. 19, 2012, 4:29 p.m.

Snow warning upgraded by Weather Service

The National Weather Service has upgraded its snow advisory to winter storm warning for the Spokane and Coeur d’Alene areas after heavier-than-expected snow arrived today. Elsewhere, freezing rain in Washington …


Getting There: Leaders work to draw companies to West Plains

Local leaders hope that a sprawling new Caterpillar Logistics plant on the West Plains is the first in a series of new business arrivals near the airport. Vacant land surrounding …