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The $30 million project repaired the terminal apron to allow the airport to accommodate future growth and development.
Having experienced double digit growth for the last 19 months, Gerald R. Ford International Airport will invest nearly $90 million on the expansion of its terminal to ensure longevity as a destination.
Expected to cost over $18 million and generate over 40 full-time jobs, the second phase of the transformation at GFIA is finally underway.
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Frontier Airlines is adding more warm-weather destinations to the Grand Rapids (GRR) route map, with flights to Phoenix-Sky Harbor International (PHX) and Tampa International (TPA).
Ensuring airport operations are seamless and uninterrupted during harsh winter weather remains a critical component in the overall operation of an airport. Learning from previous winter experiences, finding new ways to improve, and a joined-up effort between different service partners all contribute to a successful winter season. Read on to…
The unique geographic features of West Michigan in the United States add a layer of complexity to forecasting, predicting, and preparing for winter weather events. Affectionately referred to as the ‘lake effect machine’, Lake Michigan has a consistently erratic influence on routine weather. For International Airport Review, Gerald R. Ford…
Frontier Airlines, headquartered in Denver, is now serving Gerald R. Ford International Airport (GFIA) - the second busiest airport in Michigan.