Rock Springs, Wyoming — Southwest Wyoming Regional Airport will host an open house for members of the community from 5:30-7 p.m. on Sept. 19 to reveal the latest on the development and growth of the airport.
Residents can also be the first to see 3D renderings and video fly-throughs of the upcoming Commercial Terminal Modernization Program.
The airport has experienced unparalleled growth and development over the last several years in both commercial and general aviation operations. With over $34 million worth of capital improvements over the next four years programmed, the airport continues to transform into a regional gateway for all of Southwest Wyoming.
“The airport has recently completed a Strategic Business Plan, Terminal Area Plan, Terminal Feasibility Study, Terminal Concept Design and opened it’s state-of-the-art $5.8 million General Aviation Complex in 2018. With upcoming projects including the Commercial Terminal Modernization Program, Fuel Farm Replacement and West Hangar Renovation, this open house is an important part of the public input process as we continue planning these critical projects,” said Airport Director Devon Brubaker, A.A.E. “We welcome the community to come learn about all of the changes that have or will soon occur to their airport and to get a firsthand look at the design of their new commercial terminal.”
- Who: Southwest Wyoming Regional Airport
- What: Open House When: Sept. 19, 2019, 5:30 – 7:00 p.m.
- Where: Southwest Wyoming Regional Airport Commercial Terminal
About the Southwest Wyoming Regional Airport
The Southwest Wyoming Regional Airport is a commercial and general aviation airport serving Southwest Wyoming and is located 7 miles east of Rock Springs in Sweetwater County. It is owned by the City of Rock Springs and operated by the Rock Springs Sweetwater County Airport Joint Powers Board representing both the City of Rock Springs and Sweetwater County.
Serving over 50,000 commercial passengers and thousands of general aviation flights annually, the airport generates an annual economic impact of over $27 million to the local community and $31 million to the State of Wyoming.