यूपी, ऊपर, और दूर! एक ब्रांड नॉर्थ डकोटा में नए अंतरराष्ट्रीय हवाई अड्डे अक्टूबर खोला 10, फलफूल विमानन यातायात के साथ एक क्षेत्र में एक बेहद जरूरी परिवहन स्टेशन प्रदान. इस क्षेत्र में मांग बढ़ने से Sloulin फील्ड के लिए एक स्थानापन्न के लिए जरूरत के लिए प्रेरित किया (ISN), बिल्ट-इन 1947. Read the article below for more information on Williston Basin International Airport (XWA).
North Dakota’s Williston Basin International Airport (XWA) opened Oct. 10, and officials expect the $273 million airport will provide needed capacity for business and commercial aviation now, with room for future expansion.
The new airport is located 10 miles northwest of Williston, एन डी, and was a “from the ground up” construction project that took just three years from groundbreaking to public opening for the airport and all supporting infrastructure to be built.
इस क्षेत्र में मांग बढ़ने से Sloulin फील्ड के लिए एक स्थानापन्न के लिए जरूरत के लिए प्रेरित किया (ISN), बिल्ट-इन 1947. The previous regional airport did not meet current FAA safety and operational standards.
“I was honored to be present representing NBAA at the grand opening celebration of XWA on Oct. 4, and it was truly refreshing to witness the culmination of many years of overwhelming support from the local, state, and federal level for this brand new airport infrastructure,"क्रिस्टी ने कहा कि Ivey, NBAA northern mountain regional representative.
“With the increased volume of traffic in this region, and the constraints of Sloulin Field, the foresight in planning this new airport addresses the needs of and provides enhanced services for all aviation users, including U.S. Customs clearing, रखरखाव, refueling, deicing and more," उसने जोड़ा.
The new airport includes Overland Aviation, a full-service FBO with passenger lobby, ईंधन, secured overnight parking, रखरखाव, and a heated 30,000 square-foot hanger to accommodate up to a Gulfstream G600. The passenger terminal area at the FBO is scheduled to open next month.
“The state is proud to have partnered with the federal and local governments by investing $55 million into this incredible facility, one that will enhance the state’s ability to safely and efficiently move people and goods while also providing our citizens and businesses with direct access to the global marketplace,” said Kyle Wanner, executive director of the North Dakota Aeronautics Commission.