Southwest Airlines' proposal to transfer its operations from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport to King County International Airport, better known as Boeing Field, was rejected yesterday by King County Executive Ron Sims, who cited noise and traffic concerns as well as the potential cost to taxpayers and unresolved legal issues (ATWOnline, July 22). Southwest had offered to spend $130 million to construct passenger facilities at Boeing Field to handle up to 85 daily flights. It cited ...

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