Port Angeles: Airport parking lot reopened as security restrictions eased

PORT ANGELES — Travelers can again use the parking lot in front of the terminal at William R. Fairchild International Airport.

Huge concrete blocks that blocked off the lot as part of security restrictions that went into effect with the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks were hauled away Friday afternoon after the Federal Aviation Administration gave its approval.

Travelers had been parking in a temporary lot more than 300 yards from the terminal.

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