SIOUX CITY, Iowa (KCAU) – An air service meeting took place Wednesday morning for members of the Sioux Gateway Airport Board of Trustees.

During the meeting, the board discussed an update from SkyWest about airline services.

Sky-West said they will be keeping their two flights out of Sioux Gateway through July in order to honor tickets that have already been purchased. However, the airline does plan on cutting back on flights later in the year.

The Board of Trustees also discussed grants for improvements to the hangers and a new jet bridge canopy.

“Everything we can do to improve the quality of our air travel in Sioux City is a good thing,” Joe Kruse with the board said. “We are working very hard to bring in more flights, more airlines, and also keep up with the infrastructure, so we got a nice facility for people to show up to. “

Work to the canopy and hangers is set to begin around 2023.