Keith Kaspari, Director of Aviation for Waterloo Regional Airport commented that, “As we transition from a very
successful winter season and First Quarter, to the Spring Schedule, this new schedule should be well received by
our local and area passengers located throughout the Greater Cedar Valley Region of NE Iowa. Historically, as
passenger travel increases during the late Spring and Summer months, Waterloo will continue to be looked at
more favorably due to the shorter lines to get checked into your flight, shorter lines at passenger security
screening, very competitively priced airfares, and cheaper parking at only $5.00 per day
WATERLOO — Promotions have taken flight at Waterloo Regional Airport.It’s a concept that, in a sense, had been grounded for a time, according to Keith Kaspari, who took over as airport director in November 2014.“When I first got here, there was really no marketing going on here at all,” he said.Kaspari says one of the reasons he came to Waterloo was to see if he could find a way to help use of the facility take flight. After all, he said he had pulled off a similar feat as senior vice president and chief operating officer at Capital Region International Airport in Lansing, Mich.
WATERLOO -- Expect a lot of summer activity at Waterloo Regional Airport to happening on the ground.Several infrastructure projects will be getting attention, said Keith Kaspari, the airport’s director.Among them:Pavement Rehabilitation to secondary Runway 21/30, with joint repair at the intersection of the runway and a taxiway connector, as well as crack sealing on the northern half of the runway. Cost is around $125,000.Repainting on two runways, as well as four taxiways, and aircraft apron markings at the terminal building. The cost will be more than $600,000.