1. 1995 Chevy S-10 truck: V-6, automatic, a/c, white/grey, 113,000 miles, runs, fair condition.
2. 1999 Dodge Ram truck: V-8, 4wd, ½ ton, automatic, a/c, green/grey, 110,984 miles, runs, fair condition.
Both vehicles are currently registered, licensed and tagged. Vehicles parked in the airport employee parking lot for inspection. Vehicles will be sold “WHERE IS – AS IS” with no warranties, expressed or implied. Interested parties may submit a sealed bid to the Airport Authority’s Administrative Office (terminal building, 2d floor) no later than Monday, 27 November, 4:30 pm. Prior to November 27, bids submitted after 4:30 pm may be placed in the mail slot located in the hallway next to the main door of the Administrative Office Ensure the name of the vehicle you are bidding on (S-10 or Dodge Ram) is clearly visible on the envelope. Sealed bids will be opened Tuesday, November 28, 8:30 am. Call 334-281-5040 and ask for Mark or Bob if you need additional information. All sales final – cash only – payable within 24-hours.
Board members and local officials announce the addition of new air service to Washington, D.C.
Today, the Montgomery Airport Authority and American Airlines announced the addition of nonstop service from Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA) to Montgomery Regional Airport (MGM).
Beginning June 7, 2018, daily service will be offered on the new Montgomery–Washington route.
“The Montgomery Airport Authority continues to work with our airline partners to expand service for passengers,” said, Tammy Knight Fleming, Board Chair. “This new, nonstop service connecting Alabama’s capital to the nation’s capital, one of the top destinations in our market, will be a tremendous asset for business travelers, government officials and the community at large.”
American Airlines currently operates nonstop service from Montgomery to Dallas, Texas and Charlotte, North Carolina.
Tickets for the new service between Montgomery (MGM) and Washington, D.C. (DCA) are available today at aa.com.
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Montgomery Regional Airport is open and operating during Tropical Storm Irma. Please contact your airline for the status of flights.
Montgomery Regional Airport is publishing its Extended Tarmac Delay Protocol. To view the document, download here.
For information on DBE participation in AIP projects, please see this link.
For details of this job opportunity, please see the following link: MGM Airfield Maintenance Supervisor
As Winter Storm Helena approaches the Southeast, airlines have begun to issue travel advisories for cities throughout the region.
So, whether you’re flying through MGM and connecting to a hub, or planning to drive directly to your hub airport be mindful that conditions may cause flight delays and cancellations at airports and slow moving traffic on I-85.
Airlines are offering the option to change impacted flights to impacted cites at no charge.
Please see the links below to see each airlines list of eligible cities and dates.
American – https://goo.gl/zs2iQU
Delta – https://goo.gl/lI74yN
The FAA has banned all Samsung Galaxy Note 7 cellphones on all aircraft operations, including commercial flights. This includes all carry on baggage, all checked baggage, and carrying on your person.
Based on airport figures, travelers increased 19% year-over-year in July; 14% in August; 23% in September; and 25% in October. October achieved two records: the highest single monthly traffic reported since June 2012 and the highest October traffic since 2005.
The Montgomery Regional Airport has been awarded a highly competitive grant by the United States Department of Transportation (USDOT) through the Small Community Air Service Development Program. The grant of $200,000 will be used to support a marketing campaign to promote existing air service.