to make needed safety enhancements and upgrades at airports all across the country." Tennessee’s Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport used $3 million in recovery act funds to build a new parking lot, which it opened late last month. San
rent [$30,000 a year] to operate the FareLine telephone service." TC found Young at, of all places, the Chattanooga airport 's Web site, which now lists local agencies and links to those agencies' Web sites.
said Christina Siebold, marketing assistant at the airport. FareLine is part of a plan devised by the Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport Authority to counteract a major loss of travelers to more-distant airports where tickets are cheaper
part of a marketing program devised by the Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport Authority to counteract a major loss of travelers ..... vast majority" of those customers use the Chattanooga airport , Campbell said. The agency charges a
Tenn., area plan to attend a Jan. 20 Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport Authority board meeting as they seek to overturn ..... where fares are sometimes a lot lower. The Chattanooga airport wants research and data on fare discrepancies
Chattanooga, Tenn., has pushed to bring better service to similar-sized communities. Nonetheless, the Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport Authority opposed the proposal, saying that if a new entrant began service to Chattanooga, and United
1978], Chattanooga lost service from both United and Eastern Airlines," Hugh Davis, president of the Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport Authority, told a hearing by the House aviation subcommittee. Service peaked in the 1980s, Davis said