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Airline Flight # Gate Arriving From Time Status
American 3102 A5 Chicago-O'Hare 5:55 PM 5:59 PM
American 2324 A3 Dallas Ft. Worth 5:42 PM 5:37 PM
American 4400 A5 Miami 7:23 PM On Time
American 3249 A1 New York-LGA 6:33 PM 6:32 PM
Delta 1198 B15 Atlanta 6:33 PM 6:24 PM
Delta 1273 B14 Atlanta 8:53 PM On Time
Delta 5287 B14 Minn/St. Paul 8:47 PM On Time
JetBlue 1281 A4 Boston 7:09 PM 7:06 PM
Southwest 3462 B11 Orlando 7:20 PM On Time
United 458 B3 Chicago-O'Hare 8:49 PM 8:41 PM
United 4300 B2 Newark 6:11 PM 6:02 PM
United 3729 B4 Washington-IAD 6:11 PM 6:10 PM
US Airways 5325 A6 Charlotte 5:17 PM 5:16 PM
US Airways 2028 A7 Charlotte 6:49 PM On Time
US Airways 4864 A8 Philadelphia 5:00 PM 5:41 PM
US Airways 3937 A6 Philadelphia 7:02 PM On Time

Departures

Airline Flight # Gate Departing To Time Status
American 3102 A5 Chicago-O'Hare 6:25 PM On Time
Delta 1178 B15 Atlanta 4:46 PM Departed
JetBlue 1282 A4 Boston 7:45 PM On Time
United 5971 B4 Chicago-O'Hare 5:40 PM On Time
US Airways 5325 A6 Charlotte 5:59 PM On Time
US Airways 3937 A6 Charlotte 7:40 PM On Time
US Airways 4864 A8 Philadelphia 5:30 PM 5:40 PM

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Airport Safety and the Feral Cat Population: Update

With Community Support, All Feral Cats from RIC Found Adoptive Homes

June 3, 2010

RICHMOND, Virginia (June 3, 2010) - Adoptive homes have been found for all ten of the feral cats that were turned over by Richmond International Airport to Henrico County Animal Control. County officials say that with the help of community groups, there was a significant response from area citizens who were interested in adopting the cats.

The growth of the feral cat population this spring became a safety issue as the cats were more frequently found wandering roadways, public parking facilities, taxiways and aircraft movement areas. An additional safety concern developed when citizens violated no trespassing laws by coming onto airport property to feed the cats. As a result, airport staff brought the cats to Animal Control to eliminate the safety risk of the unmanaged cat population on airport property.

The airport is grateful to the citizens who adopted the cats, and the airport will continue its efforts to prevent a large feral cat population from returning to the property.


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