Vermont lands $3.1M for taxiway at Morrisville-Stowe airport

The Vermont Agency of Transportation will be getting about $3.1 million in federal funds to build a new taxiway at the Morrisville-Stowe State Airport. The agency says the taxiway will enhance safety by allowing new traffic patterns for the private, commercial, and glider pilots who use the airport.

Hilton Head Airport gets $10M federal grant to ‘modernize.’ Here’s how it’ll be used

It’s no secret that the Hilton Head Island Airport is growing. The $10 million grant will fund the terminal expansion, ”specifically targeting increased airline traffic, meeting the needs of a growing number of airline customers while keeping within the historical, geographical and budgetary boundaries of Beaufort County’s development plans,” Rembold said. Hilton Head’s grant is

Financial plan underway for airport terminal renovation

The Lawton Fort Sill Regional Airport is launching into the first phase of construction to update its terminal. The design for the renovation was completed earlier this spring and a financial plan is now in place. At their last meeting, the airport authority approved a $15-million limit for the project which will be broken down

Consumers Stand to Lose From Airport Tax Hike

U.S. airports are already on track to collect billions in PFCs, and when combined with other government taxes and fees, more than 20 percent of the average ticket price is diverted to government coffers. The numbers are clear. Airports are not in danger, now or in the near future, of running out of infrastructure funding.

Flying soon? Brace yourself for new taxes

Passengers are already paying their fair share in taxes and fees. Americans will pay $3.6 billion in PFCs specifically — and $6.7 billion in airport-related taxes generally — this year. For perspective, that’s about half of New Hampshire’s state budget.

DFW Airport, American Airlines reach deal to build a sixth terminal

DFW Airport and American Airlines have reached a tentative deal to build a sixth passenger terminal, as part of a capital improvements package that could reach $3.5 billion. The capital package also will include renovation of Terminal C, which is DFW’s busiest terminal — and the only terminal that hasn’t been renovated in the past two decades.