Broken promises and false starts plagued the city’s early hopes of developing an airport.
“It’s bad enough that traveling by air is not so much fun anymore, but to add insult to injury, parking is highway robbery.”
“The signage is horrible!”
“The airport should reopen the entire long-term lot in order to ‘preserve choice for passengers.'”
“The airport board and management team are committed to managing the exciting growth as responsibly and efficiently as possible.”
“Like others, I have been deeply offended by the heavy-handed manner in which our airport authority has coerced more people to park in the new parking deck: by closing off 300 spaces in the long-term surface lot.”
WHAT: A community celebration to raise funds for the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation WHEN: Saturday, July 15, 2-6 p.m. WHERE: Clarion Inn at the Asheville Regional Airport WHY: For a day of free fun for a great cause, bring the family to the inaugural Community Day extravaganza, a fundraising benefit the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation. The afternoon event will feature over […]
Tim Moffitt's campaign is swimming in cash from outside sources. In 2010, his backers included Art Pope, the mogul from Dollar General and ALEC, the shadowy extremist group that seems determined to take the "public" out of public education. This year it's something called the Carolina Business Coalition Education Fund, which does not reveal its […]
Even though it may seem incongruous to some, the Navy frequently uses Asheville Regional Airport for routine pilot training.
The work of more than 100 local artists has been displayed for air travelers at the Asheville Regional Airport during the three-year period since the “Art in the Airport” program began.
Air Force One landed shortly after 1:00 on Friday, April 23 at the Asheville Regional Airport. Photos by Jonathan Welch