Bradford Airport Getting Money

1490NewsBlog
by Anne Holliday

Fifteen airports across Pennsylvania, including Bradford Regional, are sharing in $1.9 million in mostly state money to upgrade equipment and facilities.

The Bradford airport is getting $131,250 to buy an airport security vehicle and airfield maintenance equipment.

The money comes from the state’s jet fuel tax and takes advantage of more than $700,000 in matching funds. An additional $270,000 is coming from the Federal Aviation Administration.

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One Comment

  1. Thom says:

    Do they need $1.9 million?

    It costs about ~$800 a ticket to fly in and out of there, is that going to be cheaper now?

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