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Southwest Airlines Launches Daily Flights Connecting Long Beach to Nashville
Southwest Airlines today announced that it will begin offering daily, nonstop flights from Long Beach Airport (LGB)to Nashville International Airport (BNA), with service set to start on Nov. 6, 2022. Tickets are available now at Southwest.com.   
FA18 for 7 27 Staff Message
F/A-18 Operations 6/14-6/15
Four F/A-18 aircraft will conduct operations at LGB this week. They are anticipated to arrive Tuesday, June 14 in the afternoon and depart in the early morning on Wednesday, June 15, but all times are tentative and subject to change. They are significantly louder than aircraft that typically operate at LGB.
Org of Year Award Presentation
California Transportation Foundation Recognizes Long Beach Airport as Organization of the Year
The California Transportation Foundation (CTF) recently recognized Long Beach Airport (LGB) as the Organization of the Year. The award was presented to Airport officials on May 26, 2022, at the CTF’s 33rd annual Transportation Awards ceremony in Sacramento.
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Long Beach Airport Welcomes Breeze Airways

Long Beach Airport (LGB) is excited to announce the addition of Breeze Airways, a new airline set to start service from LGB this fall.

Airport Ticketing Lobby Ribbon Cutting
Ribbon Cut at New Long Beach Airport Facilities
City officials commemorated the completion of the new Ticketing Lobby and Checked Baggage Inspection System (CBIS) facility at Long Beach Airport (LGB) on Wednesday, April 27, with plans to welcome the community to an Open House on Saturday, April 30. The events celebrate two major projects, which are part of a $110 million Phase II – Terminal Area Improvement Program to make strategic pre-security enhancements at LGB.
Curtis Mcginnis Coloring Sheet Welcome to KLGB
Uplifting Designs Selected for Long Beach Airport’s “Plane to See” Coloring Sheet Art Contest
Long Beach Airport (LGB) is proud to announce the winners of its “Plane to See” aviation-themed illustration contest, which received coloring sheet design submissions from more than 100 talented local artists of all ages.