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  • Aero-Flite moving four airplanes to West Plains, creating 50 new jobs

    A company that flies and maintains tankers that fight wildfires around the country will make its new home at Spokane International Airport. Aero-Flite Inc. will move four airplanes from Arizona …

  • Spokane Airport taxiways being rebuilt

    Spokane International Airport taxiways are being rebuilt over the next two years, in part to give arriving planes quicker access to terminals. The work on the $15.7 million project starts …

  • Downtown business group fires president

    The leader of downtown Spokane’s main business organization was fired Tuesday, less than a year after starting the job. The Downtown Spokane Partnership Board voted Tuesday evening to terminate its …

  • Downtown organization fires its president

    The president of the Downtown Spokane Partnership was fired this morning. Mike Tedesco, who led the organization since October, said three members of the board told him of the decision …

  • 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 …

  • Baggage theft suspects arrested

    Three people were arrested on suspicion of stealing baggage at Spokane International Airport this week after airport police set up surveillance a day after a rash of stolen bags was …

  • Leveling of main runway pushes air traffic to backup

    A $25 million job to raise the northeast end of the main runway at Spokane International Airport begins today and will result in flights operating off the airport’s second runway …

  • Getting There: New airport art lets imagination take flight

    The newest installation of public art at Spokane International Airport is described as “a flock of alluring, complex, three-dimensional floating shapes.” Spokane Arts Director Karen Mobley goes on to say …

  • Flights canceled by work, weather

    A combination of snow and runway construction Monday forced Southwest Airlines to cancel six flights into and out of Spokane International Airport because its pilots lack certification to land on …

  • 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 …



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