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Smaller Cities Look Big Again to United

United Continental sees potential as profit margins are squeezed on international routes. Until recently, the big three U.S. airlines turned toward more international flying, cutting service to smaller U.S. cities in favor of profitable overseas routes. Now it is...

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JetBlue takes investment share in California charter JetSuite

New York-based Jet Blue Airways has taken a minority stake in fast-growing, California-based jet charter company JetSuite. JetBlue CEO Robin Hayes announced the investment in JetSuite during a third-quarter investor call Oct. 25. Hayes said JetSuite was “changing the...

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PenAir passenger numbers off to a good start

Missy Roberts, vice president of sales and marketing for PenAir, has eagerly watched the numbers for flights taking off and landing in Klamath Falls since the airlines first left the runway early on Oct. 5. After nearly 30 inbound and outbound flights at Crater...

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Chico Air Terminal “Takeoff” Reminder

Just a reminder! This Friday, October 28th 2016, 9-11 AM Chico State University and the Department of Construction Management, alongside JetChico, and in partnership with the architectural firm of Nichols, Melburg, and Rossetto, and Slater & Son General...

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Chico Air Terminal “Takeoff”

Chico State University and the Department of Construction Management, alongside JetChico, and in partnership with the architectural firm of Nichols, Melburg, and Rossetto, and Slater & Son General Contractor, will unveil a terminal renovation and expansion plan...

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PenAir staff on the ground in Klamath Falls

PenAir staff on the ground in Klamath Falls PenAir’s Regional Manager Northwest Jonathon Peltz and Customer Service Manager Chris Lehrbach were in the terminal of the Crater Lake-Klamath Regional Airport Thursday making preparations for Day One of the aircraft flights...

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The Global Infrastructure Boom

The next 20 years will see an unprecedented global investment in infrastructure. Two primary factors will fuel this boom: The aging of the infrastructure in the developed world. Economic growth, especially in the developing world. New and better infrastructure will be...

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SeaPort Airlines Ceases Operations

Oregon-based regional carrier SeaPort Airlines ceased operations on Tuesday. The move came 7-and-a-half months after SeaPort filed a Chapter 11 petition with the U.S. bankruptcy court in Oregon, citing the pilot shortage that has afflicted regional carriers nationwide...

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Santa Rosa–Mexico direct flights a ‘near-term goal’

In conjunction with a first-ever visit to the annual Sonoma County air show by a Mexican dignitary, airport officials announced a near-term goal for direct flights between Sonoma County and Mexico. “I think our prospects for service to Mexico from Sonoma County are...

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Chico Airport Conceptual Floor Plan from Aug Meeting

For those who couldn't attend, the group discussed the conceptual floor plan for an enlarged air terminal that could accommodate regional jets. Attached is that floor plan as a PDF. Please review and e-mail me your comments in the next week so that I may gather them...

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