Links to documents and public meetings regarding proposed replacement terminal
Burbank Unified School District’s winning banner, created by 11th grader Taylor Castile from Burbank High School will be the first to be displayed on the tower, beginning June 2016
Officials travel to Washington DC as Congressman Adam Schiff brings officials, FAA together for meeting
City Council is expected to vote Monday on whether to endorse the relocation of the airport terminal so that the environmental impact process can begin. Mayor Bob Frutos and Council member David Gordon will travel to Sister City Incheon, Korea, on Tuesday for art sculpture unveiling
Also known as the 'Trust Property', developer has expressed a willingness to meet with the California High Speed Rail Authority regarding a potential station site
Environmental Impact Report Process will now begin. Burbank City Council will take up agreement November 16
Officially called the Airport Conceptual Term Sheet, which is essentially the groundwork for a formal agreement for a replacement terminal
Multiple fire and police agencies worked together inside Burbank's Bob Hope Airport terminal during an active shooter drill, marking the first time such a training has taken place.
Burbank residents may have an opportunity to hear the latest plans for a replacement terminal at Bob Hope Airport before the end of the year
After feuding for months, both bodies meet and say problems are not that serious. Information meeting actually brings up more questions than answers including if airport can build a new terminal without Measure B approval by voters
Burbank Fire trains and prepares for an airplane crash while additional fire agencies gain valuable experience.
A senior at Burbank High will have her artwork displayed on the main tower at Bob Hope Airport in April of 2016
Burbank City Manager Mark Scott and City Attorney Amy Albano released a Memo and Council Position Paper on the Burbank-Glendale-Pasadena Airport Authority's proposed replacement passenger terminal