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.
Passenger growth at the San Antonio International Airport is the highest it has been in nearly 16 years, according to officials.
Reckon Point is poised to make a bid to develop an app to help people find their way around the San Antonio International Airport.
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 airport set records in July for passenger growth, domestic traffic, international traffic, and cargo moved through the airport.
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.
Two departures from the San Antonio International Airport marked the first launch of Southwest Airlines’ newest nonstop flights.
The Urban-15 performance troupe celebrated the summer solstice with a dance in a public art installation at the airport parking lot.