Get Ready to Fly: Current Airline Safety Protocol

As you may be aware, all airlines around the country, have increased their safety protocol to take better care of all their passengers. Below are links to some of Delta’s latest updates for you to have at your fingertips. 6 Ways Delta Is Supporting Healthy Flying Face Masks Required for Everyone’s Safety Food and Beverage Offerings […]

Flying with a REAL ID : What to know

Real ID

Beginning October 1, 2021, every air traveler, 18 years of age and older, will need a REAL ID-compliant driver’s license, state-issued enhanced driver’s license, or another acceptable form of ID to fly within the United States. Check for the star. REAL ID-compliant cards are marked with a star at the top of the card. If you’re not sure, contact your state […]


You’ve heard that the change of entrance has been a work in process for the past couple months. Well, beginning the morning of Tuesday, June 5th you’ll now be entering at the north end of the airport. If you’re traveling to the airport from Highway 75 you will take a left turn just past St. […]

Women and Aviation—Uncommon but Awesome


Something a bit uncommon in the Wood River Valley is women in aviation. However, we do have one prominent female pilot, Christina Tindle, who runs a wonderful flight program—Women Wise AWEsome Adventures—especially for women. Twenty-five years ago, Christina (who’s originally from Steamboat Springs, Colorado) was awarded an internship in Wyoming that essentially became a full-time […]

Stories from an Old-Timer: Bob Stevens

FMA Old-Timer

We had a chance to sit down with Bob Stevens on a cool, snowy September morning. We intended to talk with him about being a longtime tenant at the airport, but we ended up chatting with him for well over an hour on a wide range of topics. Bob had some great stories, lessons, and […]

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