James Bogusz, President and CEO of the Regina International Airport Authority, was speaking at a luncheon held in Estevan today by the Estevan Chamber Of Commerce. Bogusz explains that the goal of the Regina International Airport is to improve the airport to make for a better experience and more convenience for the people of Saskatchewan in the near future. With that, they plan to move the security area in order to utilize the area with places for the people waiting for their flights. The main topic of the luncheon was plans for the Regina International Airport.
There was also discussion of leasing area out to businesses in the area in the future. One of the businesses is Canada Post and talk of them constructing a 50,000 square foot mail distribution facility on the Regina International Airport property in the near future.
The Luncheon was then followed by a small tour of the Estevan Regional Airport.
Bogusz added that Regina International Airport will be having a full-scale emergency exercise at the airport, it is scheduled for September 19 and will even have a simulated plane crash.