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Busy Weekend At Airport To Bring Challenges

December 27, 2013 Jackson Hole, State of Wyoming, Teton County, Town of Jackson No Comments
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This could be a record weekend for traffic through Jackson Hole Airport.  Director of Operations Craig Logan says administrators are anticipating the 11 flights in and out of the valley will be running near capacity Friday, Saturday and Sunday pushing the small terminal to its limits – particularly during the noon-hour.  Logan says airport staff has been really happy with the way things have been going so far.  Logan says, “We’ve been getting a lot of compliance from folks.  We are asking [them] to show up if they are departing at least two hours before departure time, to check in on line and to also check bags and pay for them on line as well.”   Logan says that the small parking lot is particularly an area of concern, and he urges people flying out to arrange for alternate transportation rather than hoping to find a parking space at the airport and being disappointed.  All in all, he says, people have been taking the crowded conditions at the airport in stride.   He says, “We’re feeding them tons of information which, of course, helps alleviate the anxiety – although there are some minor waits for baggage, they seem to be taking it in stride.” Logan reminds those catching flights out of the valley to arrive at least two hours prior to the flight, possibly more in order to get through baggage check and security in time for boarding.

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