The Gary/Chicago International Airport Authority is moving forward with plans to seek high-flying but well-grounded investors willing to spend at least $100 million to develop the airport. It's an attempt to give the airport the jump-start it needs to become the economic engine it promises t…
Revelations earlier this month the Gary/Chicago International Airport was experiencing large cost overruns on a crucial runway expansion project came as unwelcome news to an effort a long time in coming. But a study outlined in The Times on Thursday business section by reporter Keith Benman …
The south suburbs could use the boost that a fully functional third airport would bring, but they're too late. Gary/Chicago International Airport already is operational and has a strong head start.
Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn seems to have put the proposed Peotone airport on the front burner again. But this amounts to fiddling while Illinois burns.
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ArcelorMittal's desire for a ramp from the Cline Avenue Bridge is understandable, but the larger issue is restoring easy access between Chicago and Northwest Indiana.
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Scott and Barb Spitler last flew out of Gary/Chicago International Airport eight years and five airlines ago. But they liked it so much they were back Wednesday.
Allegiant Air's first flights to and from Gary/Chicago International Airport made Wednesday a day for celebration and today a day for reflection on how to keep those flights coming and going.
The first commercial flight in three years arrived and departed from Gary/Chicago International Airport on Wednesday.
GARY | Scott and Barb Spitler last flew out of Gary/Chicago International Airport eight years and five airlines ago, but they liked it so much they were back Wednesday.
Allegiant Air's decision to fly into Gary — after almost landing there several months earlier — is good news for Gary and all of the region, but it's only the beginning for the airport.
You have a better chance on Indiana's death row than you do at the Gary/Chicago International Airport.
The Gary Airport Authority officially welcomed Allegiant Air and its twice weekly flights to Orlando.
The latest State Board of Accounts audit of Gary raises the question again of whether Gary can continue to be a going concern. Gary's plight, and its turnaround, must be a top concern for all of Northwest Indiana.
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