Fort Collins-Loveland Airport


Fri April 5, 2013

Firefighting Plane Now On Standby In Northern Colorado

A single-engine air tanker is filled with water before take off at the Fort Collins-Loveland Airport.
Grace Hood


Sun October 28, 2012

Allegiant Air Ends Fort Collins Service on Monday

Grace Hood

After serving the Fort Collins/Loveland airport for 9 years Allegiant Airlines will end its northern Colorado flights on Monday.

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Thu September 20, 2012


Thu September 6, 2012

What’s Next After Allegiant Takes Off?

Since Allegiant Airlines decided to stop service to Northern Colorado, there have been many questions, including if another airline might take its place. 

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Tue June 12, 2012

A Look At High Park Fire’s Air Fleet

This so-called sky crane or snorkel helicopter is one of the most complex pieces of machinery used to fight the High Park Fire. It has a hose that sucks up to 2,600 gallons of water to drop over hot spots.
Grace Hood

The Fort Collins-Loveland Airport is playing a key role in the efforts to fight the High Park Fire. The small commuter airport located between the two cities is a landing and refueling place for single engine air tankers and helicopters. Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport in Jefferson County is the base for heavy air tankers.

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