assengers by airport
TRAFFIC FOR JUNE 2012
Bradley International (Conn.)
Central Illinois Regional
Gerald R. Ford International (Mich.)
Kansas City International
Los Angeles International Airport
Milwaukee Mitchell International
Myrtle Beach (S.C.) International
Ontario (Calif.) International
Portland (Ore.) International
Reno-Tahoe (Nev.) International
Richmond (Va.) International
San Diego International
Southwest Florida International
DOMESTIC AND INTERNATIONAL FARES
AIRLINES REPORTING CORPORATION
- 7. 42
- 4. 4
2011 DOMESTIC FARES
2011 INTERNATIONAL FARES
2012 DOMESTIC FARES
2012 INTERNATIONAL FARES
DOLLARS IN BILLIONS
Port of Seattle OKs Terminal Design
The Port of Seattle Commission has given
final design authorization for an estimated
$230 million renovation of the north satellite at
The project will include modernizing
facilities, seismic upgrades, enhanced traveler
amenities, three new gates and a new rooftop
lounge for Alaska Airlines. Design contracts
will be awarded soon and visual renderings
for the project are expected to be released by
mid-2013, according to an announcement.
Construction is expected to start by winter
2014 with completion in late 2016.
Cincinnati Gains Grant For Runway
FAA announced a $17.6 million grant
to rehabilitate a runway and taxiway at
Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International.
This grant will support rehabilitation
of the entire 10,000-foot-long Runway
18L/36R, and 1,800 feet of the south end of
Taxiway Sierra, which is parallel to 18L/36R.
The project will be done in two phases
beginning Sept. 1, 2012, and ending Dec.
15, 2013. Total project cost is $23.5 million.
New FBO Opens At O’Hare
The Chicago Department of Aviation
(CDA) announced the opening of a new
Signature Flight Support Terminal at O’Hare
International. The facility replaces the
existing FBO facility that was relocated.
The total leasehold area of the FBO facility,
including the building, vehicle parking area
and green space, is 151,600 square feet.
The project also included construction of a
new general aviation ramp built by the CDA
to support the relocated terminal facility. The
52,000-square-yard ramp area is designed to
accommodate a mix of aircraft and a taxilane.
Atlanta Airport Extends Runway
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International has
opened a 500-foot extension of Runway 27R,
bringing it to 12,389 feet long.
The $40 million project included the runway
extension, extensions of taxiways L and M
and the creation of taxiways LA, LB and LC.
The additional taxiways give departing aircraft
triple access to Runway 27R, increasing
flexibility in managing airfield operations and
helping to reduce delays, the airport said.