Released: October 11, 2018
Chairwoman Tammy Fleming’s Statement on the Passing of Gregory Calhoun
Made on Behalf of the Montgomery Airport Authority
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (October 11, 2018) – “The members of the Montgomery Airport Authority are deeply saddened by the loss of fellow board member, Gregory Calhoun. His long-standing service and commitment to the Montgomery Regional Airport have been instrumental in the airport’s development and growth. Mr. Calhoun was not only a tremendous asset to our Board, he was a treasured business leader in this community. He will be missed.”
Because of Hurricane Michael, airlines are likely to cancel many flights in the direct path of the storm and the surrounding areas. Flights that are not canceled may be delayed. Once Hurricane Michael makes ground fall, airports may be listed as “open” but flooding on local roadways may limit access to airports for passengers, as well as the employees who work for the airlines or at the airport. As a result, every aspect of your trip to the airport, including parking, checking in, getting through security and boarding may take longer than usual.
As always, check with airlines about the status of your flight before you leave for the airport. Major carriers provide flight status updates on their website:
Please continue to check the status of your flight with your airline, not the Airport. You can also check the status of some major airports in the storm path by visiting Fly.FAA.gov, which is updated regularly. You can also check current travel advisories provided by most U.S. airlines.
Montgomery Regional Airport is publishing its Extended Tarmac Delay Protocol. To view the document, download here.