Kansas Department of Transportation workers install a new Eisenhower National Airport sign in May 2015. The city said Thursday the airport completed its fifth consecutive, discrepancy free safety and certification inspection by the Federal Aviation Administration.
Kansas Department of Transportation workers install a new Eisenhower National Airport sign in May 2015. The city said Thursday the airport completed its fifth consecutive, discrepancy free safety and certification inspection by the Federal Aviation Administration. File photo The Wichita Eagle
Kansas Department of Transportation workers install a new Eisenhower National Airport sign in May 2015. The city said Thursday the airport completed its fifth consecutive, discrepancy free safety and certification inspection by the Federal Aviation Administration. File photo The Wichita Eagle

Eisenhower Airport’s FAA safety inspection free of discrepancies

July 27, 2017 10:20 AM

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