Category Archive: Port Columbus News

Frontier Airlines Announces Columbus – Princeton/Trenton Service – Yahoo! Finance


Frontier Airlines today announced it will return its low-fare service to Columbus Airport (CMH), with new nonstop service to Trenton-Mercer Airport (TTN), the gateway to New Jersey’s state capital, all of central New Jersey, and southeast Pennsylvania, including metro Philadelphia. Frontier will launch three weekly nonstop flights on this route starting April 8, 2013. To …

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OPShots Photographer Spotlight – Stephen Mosley Sr., Doing Columbus proud!

Just one of Stephen's many fine photos to be found on the site.  Photo: Stephen Mosley Sr. - OPShots Contributor

One of several photographers representing our state’s capital, Columbus Ohio based Stephen Mosley Sr. nonetheless has more shots from that location than any other photographer on the site.  Not limited to Port Columbus, Stephen has also contributed many pictures from other airports in the area including Columbus – Rickenbacker International (Lockbourne AFB / ANGB) (LCK/KLCK), …

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Photo: Kalair’s 767-3P6/ER, VP-BKS, visits Columbus in advance of Irene –

A rare visitor graces the pavement at Port Columbus.  Photo:  Stephen Mosley Sr. - OPShots Contributor

Kalair moved its sole aircraft, a 767-300 (VP-BKS) from Newark International to Port Columbus airport in Ohio on August 26th, in advance of Hurricane Irene. The former Gulf Air aircraft can often be seen remotely parked at various east coast airports, but scant information is available about who owns it or what it is used …

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Photo: Sunrider MD-87 visits Columbus

With thrust reversers transitioning to open, this nice MD-87 lands at CMH.  Photo:  Stephen Mosley Sr.  - OPShots Contributor

Health and beauty care product manufacturer Sunrider Corporation owns this beautifully painted MD-87 which was caught landing in Columbus by Stephen Mosley Sr. on August 13, 2011.  Sunrider recently expanded into the hotel business after purchasing several large hotels in Asia.

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