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By DR STEWART Designs for airport concourse renovation OK'd Preliminary designs for the $25 million renovation of the east and west concourses at Tulsa International Airport were approved unanimously Thursday by the Tulsa Airports Improvement Trust.
By DR STEWART 1. Describe what you do as marketing director at Tulsa International Airport. My primary responsibility is to maintain communications with all of our partners to maximize the service provided to our customers.
By DR STEWART After a promising and unique start-up of air service in April 2007, ExpressJet Airlines will make its last flight from Tulsa International Airport on Saturday afternoon.
Passenger boardings at Will Rogers World Airport in Oklahoma City increased 3.9 percent in July from a year earlier. Enplanements for the month totaled 182,689, up from 175,760 for July 2007, according to a report from the airport.
By D.R. Stewart, Tulsa World, Okla. Jul. 23--The Tulsa Airports Improvement Trust approved a $2.1 million construction contract Tuesday to extend an aircraft taxilane and utilities into the 250-acre North Development Area at Tulsa International Airport.
By DR STEWART Ground broken for American facility Fifty government officials and representatives of American Airlines held a ceremonial ground-breaking Thursday for the first aircraft maintenance hangar built at Tulsa International Airport in 20 years.
By Kirby Lee Davis Oklahoma's commercial airports could only fly clear of industry turbulence so long. Passenger boardings at Oklahoma City's Will Rogers World Airport rose 6.1 percent to 939,029 through the first half of 2008. Tulsa International Airport recorded a 3.98-percent gain to 806,608.
By D.R. Stewart, Tulsa World, Okla. Jul. 11--Fifty government officials and representatives of American Airlines held a ceremonial ground-breaking Thursday for the first aircraft maintenance hangar built at Tulsa International Airport in 20 years.
By P.J. Lassek, Tulsa World, Okla. Jun. 27--The City Council voted 5-2 Thursday to have property taxpayers pay the Bank of Oklahoma $7.1 million to settle a lawsuit connected to a loan default by the defunct Great Plains Airline.
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