Correction: The authority planned to take over operations of the airport is a public benefitauthority and not private.
Early next year control of day-to-day operations at Syracuse’s Hancock International Airport will transfer from a city department to a privatepublic benefit authority, a move city and airport officials say will mean benefits for travelers.
Syracuse's Hancock Airport is getting a $4.5 million grant from the Federal Aviation Administration that officials say will help keep flights on time. Airport Commissioner Christina Callahan says the funds will pay for a new taxiway, and area where diverted planes can go.
Starting this morning, it won't take so long for you to get through security at Syracuse's Hancock International Airport. A $60 million project will funnel all outbound passengers through a new security checkpoint at the center of the airport.