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GSP AIRPORT From March 2013


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GSP police wearing new patch, vehicles get contemporary design
MAR 17, 2013

The new design on the GSP police department's vehicles features a contemporary blue logo.

The police department at Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport has a new design for its automobiles and logo patch design.

Police Chief Bobby Welborn said the new look was a team effort from his police force. “Everybody had a chance to have input on the patch and most did,” Welborn said. “The patch incorporates all the element of the airport and the state’s insignia.”

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GSP negotiating long-term land lease with CPW
MAR 12, 2013

The GSP Airport Commission approved Monday the negotiation with Greer Commission of Public Works (CPW) to lease up to five acres of District property for an electrical substation, plus additional property for a transmission line corridor.

Commissioners authorized Dave Edwards, President and CEO of the Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport District, to negotiate and finalize the agreement. CPW’s long-term lease would be 10 percent ($2,850) of the sales value of ($28,500) per acre.

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Las Vegas and Mexico is on GSP's radar
MAR 11, 2013

Dave Edwards, GSP President and CEO, said the airline industry faces

The combination of the American Airlines and US Airways merger, sequestration, and Allegiant interested in more routes, may bode well for Greenville-International Airport in Greer.

Dave Edwards, President and CEO of GSP, told commissioners today that Allegiant is showing an interest in reviving roundtrip service to Las Vegas. “We are the sixth lowest cost airport in Allegiant’s system and they are pleased with GSP,” Edwards said. This fall or 2014 may bring service to Las Vegas.

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Car Rental Center celebrated as Wingspan's first completed project
MAR 11, 2013

Dave Edwards (front, second from left), commissioners and executives representating firms that constructed the Rental Car Customer Center participated in the ribbon cutting Monday.

symbolically representing the first completed project within Phase I of Wingspan, a four-year $115 million terminal improvement project.

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TSA adjusts list to allow for more items in carry-on bags
MAR 5, 2013

The TSA, beginning April 25, will allow the following items in carry-on bags.

• Small Pocket Knives – Small knives with non-locking blades smaller than 2.36 inches and less than 1/2 inch in width will be permitted

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