Many business and tourism travelers say San Antonio International Airport lacks direct flights to and from other major cities.
The City of San Antonio introduced a new five-year strategic plan to boost air service in February of last year.
San Antonio is getting a new $5.7 million air traffic control tower worthy of its legacy in aviation history.
As a lasting tribute to the city’s place in aviation and aerospace history, community leaders in San Antonio have established the San Antonio Aviation and Aerospace Hall of Fame, with its inaugural class of inductees to be honored at a dinner on Thursday, March 31.
Is San Antonio big enough to support daily nonstop flights to Los Angeles on all four of the major U.S. carriers?
What do Boston, Miami, Fort Lauderdale, New Orleans and Washington, D.C. have in common?