New flight destinations may be in store for Chippewa County International Airport following a recent marketing survey.
The two week study was conducted by a marketing research class from Lake Superior State University.
12 students were divided into subgroups and used patron demographics to look at things like the demand for additional flight destinations, satisfaction rates and parking. Read more
The Republican and Democratic candidates for Michigan’s open U.S. Senate seat both say they would consider banning travel to and from countries experiencing Ebola outbreaks.
Last winter was difficult in a lot of ways but it made one Michigan aviator shine.
Munson Healthcare in Traverse City and Spectrum Health in Grand Rapids are considering a deal that would combine their Air Ambulance Services.
MBS International Airport has plans to upgrade its master and layout plans through a grant awarded to MBS this week.
Chippewa County Airport. Photo by Marcy Misner.
The Chippewa County airport held its unveiling Monday for a $3-and-a-half million runway resurfacing project.
Dignitaries and airport staff hosted an open house to welcome passengers back to the airport.
Operators of Chippewa County International airport have announced a temporary service interruption beginning next week. The move will allow for improvement work on the airport’s main runway. Read more
Representatives of seven Michigan area chambers are expected to embark on a trip overseas to familiarize themselves with China.
Photo courtesy of Pure Michigan.
To some people, the cold, windy stretch we’ve been having is all part of a real Michigan winter. State travel officials say it’s one of the many things Michigan has to attract visitors.
By Amanda Harrison
The Alpena Chamber of Commerce is strategizing on how to keep Delta at their airport. This after the airline announced in July that it would be leaving.
Jackie Krawczak is executive director for the Chamber. She attended an airport committee meeting Friday in which members decided to hire a consultant to lobby Delta to stay. The committee has sent the suggestion to the finance department.
“I think while talking with different consultants throughout this process the odds are very slim. Probably the one said maybe a 20 percent chance that we could get them to consider Alpena again. But we might have a better chance if we can extend this process and if we can have more time to put numbers together to show some of the economic development that’s going on in Alpena that’s going to require better service than Alpena to Cleavland.”
If Delta does not reconsider Krawczak said the bid will go to Gulfstream Airlines.