Flights are still departing, an airport spokesperson said, but there may be delays in boarding.
Transportation, e-commerce and business services company FedEx is relinquishing its only flight slot at Long Beach Airport, which will be re-allocated to another airline, officials confirmed.
An audit released this week shows the city lacked processes and systems to properly manage millions of capital improvements at the Long Beach Airport—a problem that has been found in management of other city projects.
After the last two announced visits were unceremoniously canceled, fighter jets are once again expected to majestically—and loudly—fly through the skies above Long Beach this weekend.
Fighter jets are once again slated to soar through the skies above Long Beach this weekend after operations were canceled last month without notice.
The quickly expanding availability of COVID-19 vaccines is giving more passengers the confidence to return to the skies as more flights are departing and arriving at the Long Beach Airport.
Two U.S. Marine Corps F/A-18 combat jets will arrive at Long Beach Airport Saturday, officials announced Thursday. After multiple planned operations, the aircraft are slated to depart Monday morning.
The exhibit, “We Got This: Art in the Time of the Pandemic”, is comprised of 20 pieces that were collected from local women artists and shows messages of hope and solidarity that were ubiquitous in 2020. The exhibit is also available to view on the city’s website.
Travelers flying out of Long Beach Airport and its employees can now get a COVID-19 test for $20 at one of the two labs at the airport.
Long Beach Airport will begin service to seven new cities this week which includes its largest tenant, Southwest Airlines, beginning daily service to Honolulu and Maui.