HECTOR INTERNATIONAL

Travel expected to pick up this Labor Day weekend

FARGO-MOORHEAD — Although it won’t be as busy as Labor Day weekend in past years, a local travel agent says lines at the airport will be longer this Friday and Monday. Tod Ganje with Travel Incorporated in Moorhead says a few flights from and to Hector International Airport will be full this holiday weekend. Even so, Ganje says more people…

Hector Airport Worker Injured By Snowplow

The victim was transported to the hospital with injuries not believed to be life-threatening.

FARGO, N.D. (KFGO) – Fargo police say a worker was struck and injured by a snow plow in the employee parking lot east of the terminal at Hector International Airport Tuesday shortly after 3 a.m. The victim was transported to the hospital with injuries not believed to be life-threatening. The plow operator was a contractor hired by the airport. Categories: Local News,…

Brief Evacuation of Hector International Airport

The Fargo Fire Department was able to reset the alarm in a matter of minutes

FARGO, N.D. — Passengers were briefly evacuated from Hector International Airport after an issue with a smoke alarm. The smoke alarm system malfunction earlier this morning, caused passengers and staff to leave the airport. After the brief delay and a fire department investigation, the situation was resolved, and operations continued as normal. Passengers were briefly evacuated from Hector International Airport after an issue…

Returning North Dakota National Guardsman Surprises Daughters at LPA Elementary

He is one of around 150 Happy Hooligans returning from a six month mission to southwest Asia

AUDUBON, Minn. — It was a big surprise for the daughters of an airman with the North Dakota National Guard. Senior Master Sgt. Travis Schauer of the 119th Wing Civil Engineering Squad surprised his two oldest daughters at Lake Park Audubon Elementary. Schauer just returned home this morning and was greeted by his wife and youngest daughter at Hector in…

Airline Passengers Headed to Minneapolis Stranded at Hector International

The Winter Storm In Minnesota Causes Six Flights to Land At The Hector International Airport

FARGO, N.D. — Monday night’s winter storm in Minnesota caused six different flights to take an unexpected stop in Fargo at Hector International Airport. While two flights were able to head off Monday night, passengers on the other flights were forced to stay overnight in Fargo and depart Tuesday morning. A line this long is a sight rarely seen at Hector…

LIVE: Airport Delays

KVRR's Jackie Kelly Tells Us Why Six Flights Made An Unexpected Stop In Fargo

KVRR’s Jackie Kelly talks about the six flights that made an unexpected stop in Fargo due to a winter storm. A day later and over 500 passengers wait to go home. Categories: Morning – Features, Morning – In The Community Tags: delay, Delta, HECTOR INTERNATIONAL, united

UPDATE: No Injuries in Emergency Landing at Hector International Airport

The plane circled the airport a few times before landing to burn off some fuel

FARGO, ND — A small plane had to make an emergency landing at Hector International Airport in Fargo. The plane touched down around 5:45 this evening and ended up on its belly after a problem with the landing gear. The plane circled the airport a few times before landing to burn off some fuel. Four people were on board the…

Frontier Airlines Offering $39 Fares to Denver at Hector International

The company left Hector in 2015 after two years of flights to Denver.

  FARGO, ND — If you’ve ever thought about visiting Denver you’ll want to take advantage of this deal. Frontier Airlines has announced one-way flights for as low as $39 nonstop from Hector International Airport in Fargo to Denver. The low-cost flights are on sale now and will launch on May 15 as the airline resumes service in Fargo. The…

A Hero’s Welcome: Remains of Fessenden WWII Sailor Return to North Dakota

One of those servicemen was a sailor from North Dakota and tonight he comes home with a hero's welcome

FARGO, ND — For more than 70 years, 400 serviceman killed by the attack on Pearl Harbor were unidentified. One of those servicemen was a sailor from North Dakota and tonight he comes home with a hero’s welcome. Arthur Neuenschwander was 33-years-old when he was aboard the USS Oklahoma, a ship hit by the attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941. Remains…