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Frontier Airlines begins flying out of Bellingham airport Thursday, May 24, and so far mostly Washington residents are booking the flights to Denver. The airline's inaugural flight from Bellingham is scheduled to depart at 10:55 a.m...Frontier will
tool goes here Allegiant Air's new nonstop flights between Fresno and Honolulu won't begin until the end of June, but ticket sales have been brisk enough to prompt the company to add more flights later this year. Allegiant announced Monday that it
11:08am on May 14, 2012 At 1:25 p.m., the City Councils Lake Whatcom committee will get a staff report on the impact of closing the Bloedel-Donovan Park boat launch until a system of inspecting and decontaminating boats can be set up.
An Australian boat company has decided against opening a facility in Bellingham, choosing instead to go to Anacortes. Last month Aluminum Boats Australia entered into a 30-day due diligence period with the Port of Bellingham to lease a 30,000-square-
It appears Allegiant Air is ready to put down deeper roots in Bellingham. The airline, which made Bellingham one of its operation bases four years ago, is planning to build its own 9,000-square-foot building at Bellingham International Airport. Port
City Council and Port of Bellingham commissioners will meet together at noon Thursday, May 3, to get an update on waterfront master planning and related waterfront development efforts. The meeting, in council chambers at City Hall, 210 Lottie St.,
Environmental testing of contaminated sediments has resumed this week at the I & J Waterway cleanup site in Bellingham Bay. Contractors working for the Port of Bellingham have been collecting sediment samples from the bay and the beach this week, and
The Port of Bellingham has scheduled two meetings for Thursday, April 19, to provide information and get public input on an updated master plan for Bellingham International Airport. The meetings are scheduled for noon to 1:30 p.m. and 6:30 to 8:30 p.
Port of Bellingham Commissioner Jim Jorgensen says he is willing to reconsider the April 3 forced resignation of Port Executive Director Charlie Sheldon. In a move that surprised Sheldon, the public and Port Commissioner Mike McAuley, Jorgensen
More than 200 workers at Bellingham Shipping Terminal are busy assembling the giant components of an oil well spill containment system that will be installed on a 315-foot barge expected to be in service in the Arctic Ocean by this summer. The big