Nonstop flights on Frontier Airlines, from Central Illinois Regional Airport in Bloomington to Tampa International Airport, will take off Dec. 17, officials announced Tuesday.
The final nonstop flight is scheduled for Oct 3.
The air ambulance and a team of four pilots, 10 flight nurses and paramedics and two mechanics will now be based 24 hours a day, seven days a week in Bloomington, from a hangar at the Central Illinois Regional Airport.
Why did U.S. Rep. Rodney Davis vote against the $715 billion infrastructure bill passed by the House last week? Here's what he said.
Two new high speed brooms will help keep snow off the runways at Central Illinois Regional Airport.
Nonstop flights on Frontier Airlines, from Bloomington to Las Vegas, Nev. will begin August 12. Fares start at $49, and flights will run on Th…
Starting this summer, travelers can fly directly from the Twin Cities to Sin City. Read the details:
Three months into 2021, the Central Illinois Regional Airport has logged 54,109 total passengers. Only 183,190 total passengers passed-through…
Three months into 2021, the Central Illinois Regional Airport has logged 54,109 total passengers. Only 183,190 total passengers passed through in 2020.
A prosecutor said the street value of the cannabis is estimated to be between $75,000 and $200,000 based on the quality.
Flights from Central Illinois Regional Airport in Bloomington to Detroit will begin next month on Delta.
BLOOMINGTON — The Bloomington Fire Department says there will be live fire training Saturday at Central Illinois Regional Airport.
When Marianne Manko arrived at Bloomington's airport Friday morning, she wasn't surprised to see more cleaning crews. She knew airports were doing as much as possible to fight the spread of the coronavirus.
A cargo plane safely at Central Illinois Regional Airport on Tuesday after an indicator light signaled a possible engine fire.
BLOOMINGTON — United Airlines flight 5228 from Columbia, Mo. to O'Hare International Airport in Chicago made an emergency landing at Central I…
BLOOMINGTON -- Can a local airport decide when and how to issue its own liquor licenses -- and should it? Those were the big questions Wednesday, a day after Central Illinois Regional Airport moved ahead with plans to create its own system for regulating alcohol sales.