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Wichita’s Air Capital status draws travelers from around the world. They jet here to meet with people at Spirit AeroSystems, Textron Aviation, Bombardier Learjet, the National Center for Aviation Research, aviation suppliers and more. In a month or so, visitors flying into the former Mid-Continent Airport will find quite a different welcome. Wichita just got...
Wichita last opened a new terminal in 1954 when Dwight D. Eisenhower was president. Now – 61 years later – Wichita will have a new airport named after the man fondly called “Ike.” “It will be a point of pride for our city to create a first and last impression that stays with our visitors...
“Looks like I better leave the long dress with train at home.” – Greteman Group executive vice president Deanna Harms on what she’ll wear to this weekend’s gala for the new airport, which sent a “walkability” advisory about unfinished and potentially dusty areas The Wichita Eagle Carrie Rengers You Don’t Say © The Wichita Eagle, 2015
Not everyone can be a great writer, but everyone can be a better writer. Whether you’re drafting a press release about a first-generation, game-changing aircraft; a profile introducing your new CEO; or an in-depth feature for your company’s in-house newsletter, pause a moment. Consider your potential readers and what they most want to find within...
Forties Boogie Woogie and big-band sounds set the stage as hangar doors opened for Doc, the Boeing B-29 Superfortress being restored for flight. A tug pulled the still-grounded giant out into the Kansas sun as the music changed to the Air Force Song, “Off We Go Into the Wild Blue Yonder.” A VIP crowd of...
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