Glenn Januska

Airport Makes Parking And Paying Easier
Before and after you fly, you need to drive to the airport, park and eventually drive away. So the Casper/Natrona County International Airport has installed new ticket dispensers and a new automated exit lane among other technology, according to a news release from airport director Glenn Januska. &#…
Airport Numbers Up Again For September
The Casper-Natrona County International Airport tallied another record last month, airport director Glenn Januska said Thursday. Nearly 8,600 people boarded planes in September, a 10.4 percent increase compared to September 2014, Januska said. “Our September passenger number was certainly hel…
Airport Posts Near-Record Major Passenger Increase In July
The Casper-Natrona County International Airport last month posted the largest number of people boarding planes in 28 years, the airport director said Tuesday. But the reason for this good news eludes Glenn Januska, he said. “We really don’t know what we can attribute this to,” J…
Passenger Numbers Rise At Airport In June
It was a small uptick in passengers last month, but the manager of the Casper/Natrona County International Airport will take it. “One percent is not a large increase, but we are looking at it as a positive sign since it is our first comparative monthly increase since January,” Glenn Ja…
State Board Awards Grant To Airport For New Hangar
The Wyoming State Loan and Investment Board on Thursday approved a $2,578,000 grant for the construction of a spec hangar at the Casper-Natrona County International Airport. The grant, coupled with $622,000 in cash and in-kind contributions for a total of $3.2 million will pay for the 10,000-square-…
Airport Posts Another Gain In Passengers For January
The passenger numbers are up locally and the fuel prices are down nationally. But don’t expect airline ticket prices to go anywhere. The Casper-Natrona County International Airport reported 7,945 people got on planes in January, up 7.8 percent from January 2014, Glenn Januska said. The first …
County Commission Gives Go-Ahead For Hangar Grant Request
The Natrona County Commission approved a request from the airport’s manager to file the paperwork for a grant from the Wyoming Business Council to build an $2.8 million aircraft hanger to attract business. “What we’re looking for, in this particular case, is making sure that we …
Airport Starts $3.8 Million Snow Equipment Storage Project
Plowing the snow from airport runways is a big deal, the equipment to do it is getting bigger and that requires an even bigger place to store it. The Casper-Natrona County International Airport received approval Tuesday from the county commission to allocate airport funds to match state and federal …

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