The Memphis-Shelby County Airport Authority (MSCAA) Board of Commissioners has selected Terry Blue as its next President and CEO. Blue, who currently serves as Executive Vice President of Operations and Chief Operating Officer, will succeed Scott Brockman, whose retirement will be effective on December 31, 2023.
Avelo Airlines has announced it will launch nonstop service between Memphis International Airport (MEM) and Raleigh-Durham International Airport (RDU) starting June 14. The June launch will begin the first MEM-RDU service since February 2015.
With area schools observing their Spring Break in the coming weeks and travel numbers increasing, passenger traffic at Memphis International Airport (MEM) could exceed pre-pandemic levels from 2019. The peak travel period is expected to fall between March 9-13.
Last week, representatives from the Memphis International Airport (MEM) were part of a delegation led by the Greater Memphis Chamber that traveled to Nashville for their annual MEM2NASH trip. The purpose of MEM2NASH is to bring the business priorities of the Memphis region to the Governor, state legislators, and administration officials.
Memphis International Airport (MEM) has launched a new interactive 3D map feature at www.flymemphis.com. The new WhereWeFly feature allows passengers to view routes and destinations, search for destinations by personal interests, explore destinations through short video reels, save trip playlists, and share travel plans with others.
2022 was a pivotal year in the history of Memphis International Airport (MEM). A new $245 million passenger concourse, the launch of Spirit Airlines, the return of near prepandemic-level passenger traffic, and a new $309 million centralized deicing facility highlighted a year of reinvention for MEM.