Reno Airport Dedicates Concourse to the Lears

November 27, 2007, 9:41 AM

The Airport Authority of Washoe County (AAWC) in Nevada recently dedicated the Reno/Tahoe International Airport’s B concourse in honor of business jet pioneers Bill and Moya Lear. Now known as the Lear Concourse, the 11-gate complex will have an exhibit of historical artifacts from the Lear archives. AAWC chairman Thomas Gribbin said the naming of the concourse in their honor “is a fitting tribute for two aviation pioneers whose contributions to the Reno community have had a long and lasting impact.”

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