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  • Airport razing of buildings triggers claims

    Spokane Airways will file claims Monday against Spokane International Airport, Spokane County and the city of Spokane for between $4 million and $8 million, attorney Bill Symmes Sr. said Friday. …


  • Stimulus paves the way

    For Spokane International Airport Director Neal Sealock, a Wednesday afternoon news conference showcased a rebuilt tarmac. For Sen. Patty Murray, “It was nice to be standing on some economic recovery …


  • Airport unveils asphalt, expects full-body scanners

    For Spokane International Airport Director Neal Sealock, a Wednesday afternoon news conference showcased a rebuilt tarmac. For Sen. Patty Murray, “It was nice to be standing on some economic recovery …


  • Terrorist attempt likely won’t affect “passenger experience” in Spokane

    Increased security in response to the attempted terrorist bombing of a plane landing in Detroit likely won’t require much extra passenger time at the Spokane International Airport.


  • Airport passenger traffic down, freight up in October

    Passenger boardings at Spokane International Airport fell 6.3 percent in October compared with a year earlier, continuing a downturn triggered by the soft economy.


  • Horizon adding San Jose flights

    New Horizon Air service will connect Spokane directly to the Silicon Valley for the first time, Spokane International Airport officials said Wednesday. The twice-daily flights to San Jose, which will …


  • Horizon adding flights to Sacramento, San Jose

    Horizon Air will launch twice-daily direct service from Spokane to Sacramento and San Jose starting March 26, 2010.


  • Google to offer free Wi-Fi at Spokane airport

    Tech company Google is providing free airport wireless connections at 47 U.S. airports for the holiday season. Spokane, Seattle, Portland and Bozeman are in that group.


  • Airport board approves hangar deal

    The Spokane Airport Board Wednesday approved a consolidated maintenance and painting hangar where as many as 130 workers could be employed in two years. The 37,800-square-foot hangar will be leased …


  • Spokane is stop on way to 2010 Olympics

    Private airplanes headed for Vancouver, B.C., during the Winter Olympics next February will have to land in Spokane, Boise or Reno for a security check, a spokesman for the Transportation …


  • Some Olympics-bound planes will stop in Spokane first

    Private airplanes headed for Vancouver, B.C., during the Winter Olympics next February will have to land in Spokane, Boise or Reno for a security check, a spokesman for the Transportation …


  • Airport may sue over work on runway

    A dispute over specifications for a Spokane International Airport runway that was refurbished in 2004 could lead to a lawsuit with a local engineering firm. The problems don’t create a …


  • Business in brief: Southwest adds flight to Denver

    Southwest Airlines will add a nonstop flight from Spokane to Denver starting Jan. 10, the airline announced Thursday. Tickets for that flight go on sale today, a company press release …


  • City on the road to peaceful growth

    Spokane County has raised a white flag. After years spent fighting Spokane’s growing city limits, county commissioners are taking a friendlier stance on what would be the largest expansion of …


  • Airport getting security camera upgrade

    Spokane is one of five U.S. cities whose airports will receive a major upgrade of video surveillance cameras provided by the Homeland Security Department. The Spokane International Airport will install …


  • Sheriff seeks jail site alternatives

    The decision to expand Spokane County’s jail near downtown may be rescinded in the face of growing cost projections. Sheriff Ozzie Knezovich on Wednesday asked county commissioners to rethink their …


  • Sheriff urges reconsideration of downtown jail

    The decision to expand Spokane County’s jail near downtown may be reversed in the face of growing cost projections.


  • Feds to fund security cameras at Spokane airport

    Federal economic recovery funds will pay for new closed circuit television systems at Spokane International Airport designed to improve security.


  • Editorial: Community closer to gaining jobs at airport

    Every little $300,000 helps, so even though the latest chunk of public investment falls short of what economic development specialists once hoped for, it is a welcome installment on a …


  • Airport gets state grant

    OLYMPIA – Giving a boost to a project that could create 270 new local jobs, state officials Tuesday approved a $300,000 grant to help build a new aircraft maintenance facility …


  • Spokane airport revenues trail budget

    Spokane International Airport revenues are running more than $2 million below budget, a shortfall airlines serving Spokane will have to cover if passenger boardings do not rebound by the end …


  • Industries keep eye on the future

    Go West, young person. It worked for those who heeded the advice of 19th-century newspaperman Horace Greeley, and it just might work for today’s job seekers, who on the West …


  • Laser light flashed at plane landing in Spokane

    Police are looking for the person who flashed a green laser light on a plane landing at Spokane International Airport.


  • Our View: Denial of airport loan strange in light of state goals

    Mention the aerospace industry in Washington state, and the company that comes to mind is Boeing. But as Gov. Chris Gregoire and a host of economic development specialists around the …


  • Hangar project will go forward

    A proposed hangar and the 266 jobs that would go with it remains a priority for Spokane International Airport, Director Neal Sealock said Friday, a day after state officials balked …


  • State officials reject airport’s bid for expansion loan

    SEATAC, Wash. – In a decision that could jeopardize more than 200 planned jobs, state officials on Thursday rejected the Spokane airport’s request for a $6.8 million loan. It’s too …


  • Runway extension work begins at Spokane International

    Flights in and out of Spokane International Airport will be diverted to an east-west runway until mid-September while crews begin infrastructure work that will set the stage for a 2,000-foot …


  • Spokane airport using backup runway

    Flights at Spokane International Airport will be routed to the backup runway for the next four months as the main runway is extended.


  • Maintenance facility provides a lift

    There were supposed to be two planes in the Cascade Aerospace USA Inc. hangar at Spokane International Airport for a Thursday afternoon dedication ceremony. But workers finished the maintenance checks …


  • Our View: Aerospace jobs will land amid friendly conditions

    An updated analysis on the state of Washington’s aerospace industry has landed. Conclusion: still too much baggage. The Snohomish County Economic Development Council commissioned the study by Deloitte Consulting, which …


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