City officials unveiled a banner Friday announcing more than 10 million people flew in and out of the San Antonio International Airport in 2018.
Starting in May, Sun Country Airlines, will offer new nonstop service seasonally from San Antonio to Minneapolis/St. Paul, and in June, to Portland, Oregon.
Western is redeveloping a parcel of land at the airport into a $25 million hub of seven hangars and office space for private, corporate use.
San Antonians can travel to New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport with nonstop flights starting next February.
Passenger growth at the San Antonio International Airport is the highest it has been in nearly 16 years, according to officials.
Western LLC is expected to break ground on the 8.87-acre, seven-hangar project later this year with completion expected within 12 month.
The San Antonio Airport System is launching a strategic development planning process to prepare for the increasing amount of air travel expected in coming years.
City leaders and Frontier Airlines officials announce the start of new nonstop service to nine cities from San Antonio International Airport.
The leadership of three chambers of commerce in San Antonio have joined forces with the San Antonio Restaurant Association, the Real Estate Council and other groups to block a new request for proposals (RFP) for the city’s airport that could lead to union organizing.
Travelers can now access terminals through a pedestrian tunnel without having to cross the busy access road for arrivals.