Business View Magazine Dec-2022

161 BUSINESS VIEW MAGAZINE VOLUME 9, ISSUE 12 s the aviation industry leaves many of the traveling disruptions during COVID behind in the jet stream, regional airports across the country are seeing passenger numbers take flight. Walla Walla Regional Airport is no exception. With airport improvement projects in the pipeline and a staff dedicated to customer service, the flying public will be happy to touch down at Walla Walla Regional Airport. “Walla Walla regional airport is located in the southeast corner of Washington,” explains Jennifer Skoglund, Airport Manager. “This is also Walla Walla County, and we have a population of about 60,000 people. It is a beautiful setting with the Blue Mountain National Forest to our east and we are known for excellent wines, we are known for being a foodie town, we have lots of agriculture and natural beauty and it is just a wonderful place to be.” WALLA WALLA REG OPPORT TAKESO AS UPGRADES ARE IMPL A