5 Georgia airports to share $12.6M for improvements

Five Georgia airports have been chosen to share $12.6 million in federal grants for safety and infrastructure upgrades. The Airport Improvement Grants announced for Georgia include $3.53 million for modifications to the airport terminal in Columbus. The rest will go to smaller airports in the state. The airport in Cartersville is being awarded $2.73 million

$10.5M for Improvements at Two Indiana Airports

The Department of Transportation has awarded $10.5 million in airport infrastructure grants to two airports in the state of Indiana. Indianapolis International Airport will receive $4.2 million to rehabilitate a runway. Warsaw Municipal Airport will receive $6.3 million to extend a runway.

UPS plans major cargo expansion at Anchorage airport

Package delivery giant UPS this week confirmed it is planning a potential $110 million expansion at Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport, the latest in a surge of proposals for new warehouse and cargo space at the airport. The UPS plan is one of five new projects announced in recent months by the airport, some of

Taxiway improvements at Massachusetts airport with $2.5 million grant

A $2.5 million federal grant will enable the Plymouth Municipal Airport to relocate a taxiway that is too close to its north-south runway. The money will allow the airport to relocate its Sierra taxiway, which takes aircraft to and from the southern end of the airfield. The work will move the three-quarter-mile taxiway about 50

Montana airport receives federal grant

The U.S. Department of Transportation has announced that it will award $650,000 in an airport infrastructure grant to the Town of Stevensville for an apron replacement project at the Stevensville Airport. The grant comes after a $910,000 grant from the Federal Aviation Administration was awarded in September.

Oklahoma Airport Awarded $765,000 Grant For Upgrades

The Shawnee Regional Airport has been selected to receive special grant funds totally $765,000 dedicated to critical infrastructure improvements through the Federal Aviation Administration’s Airport Improvement Program. The project will include repairs and resurfacing of the runway and taxiway pavements, and repairs to storm system infrastructure.

Dayton airport awarded $4.3M grant for safety, infrastructure improvements

The Dayton International Airport has been awarded a multi-million-dollar grant from the federal government. The Federal Aviation Administration granted $4.3 million to the local airport as part of its Airport Improvement Plan Supplement Grant program. Funding from the grant will be used for safety and infrastructure improvements. The grant comes as the Dayton airport wraps

Oil Boom Leads to New Airport in Williston Basin

Booming. Surging. Growing. Like oil production in the Bakken formation, that’s what is happening to communities in the northwest corner of North Dakota. In fact, a brand new $275 million airport, Williston Basin International (XWA), opened in October to keep up with the unprecedented economic expansion.  The city’s new airport, XWA, replaces its previous airport,