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Courtesy City of San Antonio

The San Antonio International Airport has set another record for passenger growth. 


Joey Palacios / Texas Public Radio

The San Antonio International Airport announces new nonstop destinations that were previously unserved by airlines.

 

On Thursday, Frontier Airlines officials said new service to nine cities will begin in August.

Those cities are:

Shelley D. Kofler / Texas Public Radio

The possibility of flying nonstop from San Antonio to Reagan National Airport in Washington D.C. is making progress. An amendment to the federal Federal Aviation Authority reauthorization bill that would have helped establish a new route failed in the House in April. However, the city's representatives will make another attempt in the Senate.

 

 


Joey Palacios / Texas Public Radio

The San Antonio International Airport is launching new non-stop flight service to Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina. It's the latest in a series of new routes established over the last two years.

 


Courtesy City of San Antonio Arts & Culture Department

The San Antonio International Airport saw a 5 percent increase in travelers over a one-year period – from 7.9 million to 8.3 million people – and recorded 17 straight months of passenger growth, as of November 2017.

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