BETHALTO, Ill. (AP) -- Officials at St. Louis Regional Airport say the airfield in southwestern Illinois passed a federal inspection with flying colors.
Airport manager David Miller tells The (Alton) Telegraph (http://bit.ly/y1w8qH ) that the Federal Aviation Administration conducted a two-day inspection of the airport's operations.
Miller says St. Louis Regional passed with zero discrepancies and deficiencies.
The FAA evaluation included an inspection of the runway, lighting, fueling facilities and emergency response. It's all part of the airport's re-certification process.
Miller says passing the inspection is a tribute to the dedication and professionalism of the airport staff.
Information from: The Telegraph, http://www.thetelegraph.com