A recent article in the Nevada Appeal, written by Anne Knowles, paints an extremely positive light on the Carson City Airport.
An excerpt from the article reads...
The Carson City Airport handles little freight, but it serves the business community by being a convenient destination for traveling executives.
While the smaller regional airport with a single runaway can’t handle commercial carriers or some of the biggest jets, it has other advantages going for it.
“We’re closer to Lake Tahoe than Reno is and we have some of the best fuel prices in the western United States here,” said Tim Rowe, airport manger. “Our fuel concessions aren’t gouging people.”
Rowe said some business aircraft make a pit stop to make the most of the low-priced fuel.