- Associated Press - Tuesday, October 21, 2014

MERIDIAN, Miss. (AP) - The Meridian Regional Airport is doing some renovation ahead of the arrival of American Eagle air service on Nov. 6.

Meridian Airport Authority maintenance supervisor Justin Reid tells WTOK-TV in Meridian (https://bit.ly/1vHezsB ) the airport is replacing the ticket counters with ones that are more contemporary. It also is installing kiosks for self-service check-in and moving the baggage inspection process out of the public view and into its own private room.

Reid says static display boards will be replaced with LED displays. He said a new commissary is being added.

Reid said the work should be completed by the end of October.

ExpressJet announced in June it will serve Meridian Regional Airport. ExpressJet operates as American Eagle, Delta Connection and United Express and serves more than 190 airports.


Information from: WTOK-TV, https://www.wtok.com

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