As the sun rose on Wednesday morning, Cape Air's first two direct flights from Quincy Regional Airport were outbound to two of the nation's busiest airports -- Lambert International Airport in St. Louis and O'Hare International Airport in Chicago.
The wheels of the final SkyWest jet plane left the tarmac of Quincy Regional Airport on Tuesday morning shortly before 7 a.m., which was 15 minutes after it was scheduled to depart.
Management at Survival Flight, which operated the January 2019 EMS flight that crashed in Ohio killing all three personnel aboard, pressured pilots and crews to fly in inclement weather, according to a National Transportation Safety Board
Next year will feature a plethora of road, sidewalk, sewer and water construction projects as the city completes its $33 million infrastructure package approved by the Quincy City Council earlier in the year.
City of Quincy officials learned Thursday evening that the state-of-the-art Tecnam P2012 Travellers would not be in Quincy when the Cape Air's contract as the city's commercial air service provider takes effect.
Amtrak travelers should notice some changes on the Illinois Zephyr and Carl Sandburg routes between the Quincy and Chicago.
The countdown is on at Quincy Regional Airport as nonstop flights from the local airport to Lambert International Airport in St. Louis will officially begin on Jan. 8, which is in less than 30 days.
In a press release sent Thursday, Congressman Darin LaHood, R-Dunlap, says the U.S. Department of Transportation is awarding Quincy Regional Airport a $9-million grant to help cover the cost of runway reconstruction.
A train derailment in West Quincy on Tuesday brought changes in Amtrak service in Quincy.
An Illinois Department of Transportation procurement request shows the first phase of a plan to repair and possibly expand Illl. 57 from north of Broadway in Quincy to the Interstate 172 interchange south of Marblehead, Ill., is moving forward.