By Andy Greenman, Videographer

April 16, 2019


Cheyenne Regional Airport

In 2015, the Wyoming Business Council provided a $3 million grant toward the construction of a 28,700 square-foot terminal at Cheyenne Regional Airport to replace an aging 1960s structure. The project included nine infrastructure-ready greenfield lots for business, industrial or retail development.

The total project cost was $18.1 million. Since completion in November, the airport has invited a new carrier - SkyWest - and boarded about 8,600 passengers.

For more information about the project, click here.

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