MISSOULA, Mont. — Missoula International Airport officials tell NBC Montana all flights are coming in and out on time.
Brian Ellestad is the new director at the Missoula International Airport.
He says enough workers are on hand, doing all the needed duties for planes to take off and land properly, and he sees no demonstrations going on at the airport.
Ellestad is aware of a post circulating about Unifi workers possibly walking out over low pay.
He says the airport has been warning Unifi, Delta and United to review their pay structure going forward, in order to keep employees working in Missoula.