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Posted on 12/15/2011
GREEN, Ohio -- The Akron-Canton Airport (CAK) announced it expects to break its all-time annual passenger record Wednesday.
The airport is set to break last year's record of 1.560 million passengers by reaching an expected 1.564 million today.
During 2011, CAK broke monthly passenger records for 9 out of eleven months so far -- including a record November travel season. More than 143,000 passengers flew out of CAK in November.
Akron-Canton Airport has been on a steady rise. Its passenger numbers have doubled in the last...
Posted on 12/05/2011
The Akron-Canton Airport says it plans to open its new, significantly larger security area with two new millimeter-wave scanners on Wednesday morning.
The new security screening space is more than double the space of the current security checkpoint area, according to the airport’s president and CEO, Richard McQueen. The airport now has three security screening lanes. When the new space opens, the airport will have four lanes, with room for six.
“We’re just excited to get this...
Posted on 11/14/2011
Akron-Canton Airport’s Facebook presence is like finding the perfect seatmate for a cross-country flight. The airport posts fun air-travel polls, runs contests, chats with first-time visitors and even brags about the newest beer on tap in the airport restaurant. “If we leave a warm feeling with our customers, if price is the same and they’re connected to us, we’re going to get that business,” says CAK’s Kristie VanAuken.
Posted on 09/14/2011
The Akron-Canton Airport on Tuesday was awarded nearly $9 million dollars in federal funding for projects, including expansion of the security checkpoint and a new aircraft rescue and firefighting building.
In a news release, U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio) said the award was made by the Federal Aviation Administration.
“Ohio businesses and visitors depend on safe and efficient operations at Akron-Canton Regional Airport,” Brown said. “This funding will ensure that the airport can provide first rate safety services in Northeast Ohio.”
Posted on 09/06/2011
Editor’s note: Each day through Sept. 11, we are sharing the thoughts of Stark Countians about what it was like to live through the events of 9/11 and how it has changed their lives.
As an administrator at Akron-Canton Airport in 2001, Rick McQueen had a unique vantage point from which to see the response of federal authorities to terrorist attacks that employed planes. McQueen became president and CEO of the airport in 2008.
It is hard...