The nonstop flight between San Antonio and Toronto that began in 2017 will be discontinued April 28, as will several Frontier Airline routes.
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.
San Antonio airport officials said Wednesday that Alaska Airlines is expanding its daily nonstop service from the San Antonio to Seattle.
With the new short-term parking garage and more spaces in the “green” surface lot, the airport is able to accommodate holiday travelers, airport officials said.
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.
City Council gave the Airport Advisory Commission the go-ahead Wednesday to proceed with plans for a multimillion-dollar airport expansion.
A recent study concludes that the current location could be built out to accommodate the airport’s growing needs over the next 50 years.
A study on the future needs of SAT has concluded that the footprint of the current airport can serve the needs of the city and region for another 50 years.
San Antonians can travel to New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport with nonstop flights starting next February.