Midway Airport

May 9, 2013 - 3:05pm

“The FAA has decided not to pursue the elimination of midnight shifts at FAA towers at this time,” a spokesman for the agency told AIN today. As part of sequester-mandated cuts announced in late February, the FAA had planned to eliminate overnight shifts at 72 air traffic control facilities, including those at Chicago Midway Airport.

July 16, 2012 - 4:00pm

AirFareWatchDog.com managed to find only one airport that caters primarily to business aviation to place on its list of scariest U.S. airports, Colorado’s Telluride Regional Airport (TEX), which happens to sit atop a plateau.

October 27, 2008 - 8:58am

Midway International Airport is one step closer to becoming the nation’s first privately operated major airport, following last month’s vote by the Chicago city council to sell a 99-year operating lease for the airport. The plan was championed by Chicago mayor Richard Daley, who earned infamy in the aviation community in 2003 by ordering the stealthy destruction of lakeside Meigs Field in the middle of the night.

May 15, 2008 - 8:17am

Early last month Midway Phoenix, a subsidiary of Phoenix Air Group of Cartersville, Ga., and the U.S.

November 15, 2006 - 4:32am

The City of Chicago settled FAA enforcement action that arose after it bulldozed Meigs Field’s runway on March 30, 2003. The city agreed to pay $33,000, assessed for failure to provide advance notice of changes to the airport, although under terms of the settlement the city admits no violation.

November 3, 2006 - 5:01am

Responding to an FAA investigation into whether or not funds intended for O’Hare and Midway airports in Chicago were used illegally to destroy Meigs Field in March 2003, the city claims it was justified in using $2.8 million in Airport Improvement Program funding. The FAA must decide whether use of the funds was appropriate or levy fines of up to $8.4 million.

October 9, 2006 - 6:33am

The City of Chicago settled an FAA enforcement action that arose after it bulldozed Meigs Field’s runway on March 30, 2003. The city agreed to pay $33,000, assessed for failure to provide advance notice of changes to the airport, although under terms of the settlement the city admits no violation.

 
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