An inside-looking out view from the new Airport exhibit by St. Louis Earth Day which features a bike to promote more sustainable travel.
Nothing says sustainable like a good old fashion bicycle. That’s just one of the many items featured in the Airport’s latest Terminal 1 Bag Claim exhibit by St. Louis Earth Day, which is promoting its annual festival and other activities for the weekend of April 20-21. The exhibit is filled with interesting items made from recycled goods in addition to lots of tips on how to recycle and be sustainable in our everyday living. Lambert is proud to host the exhibit. The Airport also supports the annual Earth Day Event at Forest Park by providing buses for public shuttles to and from the event. For more information, log onto www.stlouisearthday.org.
A passenger makes a purchase at a temporary kiosk for Hudson in Terminal 2.
The shopping experience at Lambert is losing a little pizzaz before it springs back with a Wow. Temporary shelving and cash register kiosks have been installed in front of former news & gift stores in both Concourse A and Terminal 2’s E Concourse. It’s all part of the master plan to launch new stores and store designs by the Hudson Group. The temporary sales set-ups allow Hudson to meet the needs of our travelers during the construction. In addition to the flagship Hudson stores for news and gifts, the retailer will soon be opening a variety of new concepts at Lambert through mid-summer: Spectacles, Bliss, Eddie Bauer, CNN Newstand, Discover St. Louis, St. Louis Sports, Natalie's Candies and Ebony.
It’s been 60 years since
St. Louis had two major league baseball teams. With this year’s opening day for
the St. Louis Cardinals around the corner, Lambert-St. Louis International
Airport is featuring a historical exhibit on St. Louis’ other team, the St.
Louis Browns. The St. Louis Browns
Historical Society has installed an exhibit in the Terminal 1 Baggage Claim
featuring more than 200 photos, two jerseys (Home & Road) and other memorabilia.
The exhibit runs through June 2013. St. Louis was recently recognized by the
Bleacher Report as being the Best Baseball city in the U. S. according to Fan
Club president Bill Rogers. Rogers plans an annual celebration of the St. Louis Browns which includes former players and fans. For more information, you can log onto www.thestlbrowns.com.
Now is your chance to
brush up on your American League history (home of the Browns) in St. Louis. The
Browns started out as the Milwaukee Brewers. In 1902 they came to St. Louis and
took the former name of the St. Louis Cardinals, the Brown Stockings (because
of the colors they wore).
The first year in St.
Louis, the Browns finished in second place with a record of 78- 58. After that,
they never placed higher than fourth until 1922, when they placed second behind
the Yankees by one game. They were back to their losing ways until 1944, when
they went to the World Series against the in-town rivals St. Louis Cardinals.
The Browns lost the series 4-2.
In 1951, they signed Satchel
Paige, a Negro League star, yet they still saw no improvement. The Browns signed
what is still to this day the smallest player in MLB history in 3’ 7” 65-pound
Eddie Gaedel who sported the number 1/8. In 1955
the Browns sold Sportsman Park to the Cardinals after the Busch family bought the
Redbirds. The Browns were then sold to
Baltimore where they have played ever since as the Orioles.
On September 28th
1953, before a sparse crowd of 3,174 the Browns played their last game in St.
Winter Storm Update for Monday, March 25 at Lambert-St. Louis International Airport.
As of 6:15 a.m. :
Airport runways and the airfield are operational. Snow removal operations continue following Sunday's winter storm.
18 Departing flights have been cancelled so far for Monday.
12 Arriving flights have been cancelled so far for Monday.
Passengers are encouraged to stay in contact with their airlines to get the latest flight information.
Winter Storm Update for Lambert-St. Louis International Airport
March 24, 4:30 p.m.
73 Departing flights cancelled through Sunday.
66 Arriving flights cancelled through Sunday.
Lambert operates approximately 500 scheduled airline departing and arriving flights each day.
Passengers are urged to contact their airlines for the latest flight information through the day and into Monday.
As of 3:15 p.m.:
61 Departing flights have been cancelled so far for Sunday, March 24.
67 Arriving flights have been cancelled so far for Sunday, March 24.
On a typical day, Lambert handles approximately 500 commercial airline flights (both arriving and departing operations).
Flights are still taking off and landing at Lambert. Runways are open. Airlines make the decision to cancel flights. Passengers should check with their airlines for the latest flight information or check the Lambert's flight status page.
Winterstorm Update for March 24, 2013: 12:15 p.m.
47 Departing total flights cancelled through Sunday
52 Arriving total flights cancelled through Sunday
While airlines have cancelled roughly 20 percent of the day's total number of scheduled arriving and departing flights, the airfield at Lambert-St. Louis International Airport is open and operational. Crews are actively clearing and treating runways, taxiways, ramp areas as well as the public areas and roadwasy in front of Lambert's terminals.
The predicted winter storm is now hitting the St. Louis metro region.
As of 9:30 a.m. March 24, 2013:
35 Departing flights have been cancelled through Sunday evening.
30 Arriving flights have been cancelled through Sunday evening.
Lambert Airport is fully open and operational, but Airlines determine flight cancellations. Lambert crews have begun snow removal on all runways, taxiways, ramp areas as well as roadways and public areas in front of Lambert Terminals.
Travelers should stay in touch with their airlines for the latest flight information or check Lambert's flight status page.
Captain Joshua Payne gets a suprise welcome at Lambert after returning home Friday from a tour of duty.
Family and flags - lots of both- were on hand to throw a surprise party at the Airport for a US Air Force pilot returning home after a tour of duty in the Middle East. Captain Joshua Payne was greeted first by his wife and two sons. He turned the corner and he was then met by his extended family and some of his squadron mates from the 458th Airlift Squadron, based at Scott Air Force Base. The eye-catching part of this reunion was the huge banner his family displayed featuring the Air Force pilot and his sons.
"Safety Man" made his first appearance on a Lambert roadway this week to alert drivers to avoid a construction project.
Spring is springing up and so is "Safety Man." The orange pylon figure, equipped with safety vest, goggles, vest and a hardhat is a creation of the Airport’s Field Maintance crew. His mission is to bring awareness to potentially dangerous areas. This week "Safety Man" was guarding a section on Lambert International Boulevard where crews were repairing a bridge expansion joint. With the warming of temperatures, Lambert crews are trying to get a jump on potholes and other road repairs. Lambert maintains 25 lane miles of roadways on the public side of the Airport’s terminals and dozens more within perimeter of the airfield.
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Avoid parking fees the next time you pick up a passenger. Lambert provides free waiting zones for motorists near each terminal.