The airline will offer more direct flights to Chicago as well as Denver, an entirely new destination for the airport.
The number of residents using Columbia Regional Airport has nearly tripled since 2011.
Two incidents of planes’ gears leaving the pavement of the runway have occurred since the beginning of April.
“Man, we should have been there.”
Demand led the airport to add a second flight.
Columbia Regional Airport completed two maintenance projects this year.
The airport is in the process of improving the main runway and crosswinds runway.
The test required the individual to return a “lost” wallet, which contained cash.
With seats on new Chicago and Dallas flights booked, American Airlines' Revenue Guarantee Fund was invoiced $0 for March.
Funds from six accounts will transfer nearly $1.2 million to fund terminal improvements.
The Chamber of Commerce submitted a report detailing a project to improve the airport.
Flights could take off beginning in February.
The city guaranteed American Airlines $3 million in revenue in a two-year period.
Flights are down by more than 30,000 since 1972.
The new schedule is expected to be a convenience for SEC travel.
Columbia Regional Airport is looking to add a new destination in Chicago, Denver or Dallas.
If approved, the current tax would increase from 4 to 7 percent.
Elliott has worked at the airport for 29 years.
The garage will cost approximately $9 million.
The desired changes will be submitted to the city council in a few months.