From humble beginnings in 1927, Richmond International Airport has grown to become an East Coast transportation hub.

It is a major economic driver for the Richmond region. The airport has become a source for travel for local businesses as well as the occasional tourist.

Here’s a look at some of the big issues and changes affecting the airport over the years and what Richmond International Airport might look like a decade from now — all through responses from people who run the airport, work there or have commented on its operations as an industry expert.

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Adjunct Instructor of Economics
Transportation Economics
Automotive Economics
Airline Economics