The next time you get ready to fly out of into the Columbia Metropolitan Airport you may want to stop and take a look around.
According to Leslie Ann Sully with Fort Jackson, together more than 6,000 basic training trainees and advanced individual training soldiers are leaving their post to be with family and friends for the holidays.
CAE estimates that 90,000 travelers flew from the airport in November and expects similar numbers for December.
Tuesday the Columbia Metropolitan airport hosted a celebration for their third “Art in the Airport” featured artist.
The Transportation Security Administration is reminding passengers of items that are prohibited in your carry-on bags and must be checked.
More than 400 volunteers helped out in Air Safe which takes several months to prepare for. The exercise simulated a van colliding with an aircraft on the runway.
The airport’s director says it will not disrupt normal business at the airport. Colonel Quari says environmental and Air Force studies have been conducted so the relocation will produce as little noise footprint as possible.
Crafton says that airport traffic has nearly doubled since this time last year.
Columbia Metropolitan Airport unveils newest art, as part of an airport exhibit to feature local artists
COLUMBIA, SC (WOLO)–There is new art in the airport. This week the Columbia Metropolitan Airport unveiled its newest art, as part of an airport exhibit series featuring several local artists throughout the year. Artist Sonya Diimmler is the third of four ‘Art in the Airport’ featured artists. Her exhibit is now up to welcome travellers. The paintings will be on…
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