TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WTXL) - The Airport Advisory Board met Wednesday to discuss upcoming changes to the way Tallahassee International Airport operates.
Some of the hot topics discussed include a more than seven million dollar project to revamp the general aviation area as well as plans to design a new rental car service facility.
Another big topic is who would have the largest say in the way the airport is governed, the airport itself, or the city.
The advisory board shared research on airport governance models with Tallahassee City Commission during their January retreat.
"Our board, Advisory board, basically voted to accept the report and continue to explore the feasibility of different types of governance of airports," said Interim Director David Pollard.
Airport leadership plans to readdress the issue with the City Commission in June.