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A feasibility study on a federal customs facility that would potentially allow international flights at Long Beach Airport (LGB) will be presented to the public in October by Jacobs Engineering (Jacobs). The Jacobs study may be found here.
Long Beach Airport (LGB) is the most affordable airport in the United States this year, according to the seventh annual Airport Affordability Index published by Cheapflights.com. The yearly survey is compiled each summer from search data that helps travelers compare airfare pricing across the country, and sheds light on air travel trends.
Southwest Airlines will be temporarily adding new service out of Long Beach Airport (LGB), utilizing unused flight slots allocated to JetBlue. The airline has requested and been granted the temporary reallocation of two to three flights, and will maintain compliance with the City’s Airport Noise Compatibility Ordinance.
Long Beach Airport (LGB) is expecting a busier than normal summer as the airport prepares to serve new passengers. A new airline and new routes will add to the visitors in Long Beach during the travel season. With Southwest Airlines scheduled to begin service in Long Beach and JetBlue adding flights and an extra destination, Long Beach Airport is ready to welcome summer travelers.
The Long Beach Airport scheduled two community meetings to present the scope of the Feasibility Study for the proposed Federal Inspection Service (FIS) facility and to address questions about the study. The first meeting took place on March 30.
Southwest Airlines Photo from Wikipedia
Long Beach Airport (LGB) is getting a new airline as well as new routes that will begin service in June 2016. Mayor Robert Garcia, representatives from the City of Long Beach and LGB joined Southwest Airlines today aboard the iconic Queen Mary for the special announcement.
Long Beach Airport (LGB) recently won two prestigious awards for its concessions program. LGB was named Best Airport for Dining in a USA Today/10Best.com Readers’ Choice poll, and won an award for Best Concessions Design in the Small Hub category from Airport Revenue News magazine.
Bryant L. Francis Director of Long Beach Airport
Long Beach Airport (LGB) Director Bryant L. Francis, C.M., Friday announced his resignation from the City of Long Beach to accept a position with the Port of Oakland as Director of Aviation for Oakland International Airport.
Eighth District Councilmember Al Austin – Photo from Facebook
The City Manager has called a study session for Tuesday, December 8 to discuss the flight slot allocation at the Long Beach Airport. The latest annual noise budget report required by the Airport Noise Compatibility Ordinance indicates that nine additional daily air carrier flights can be added under the allowable noise limits.
Vintage aircraft and modern helicopters will fly into Long Beach Airport to participate in a static display during the third annual LGB Fly-In. The aviation exhibition offers the public a chance to view these unique aircraft, and many others, up close.