Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Federal Aviation Administration Awards Three South Jersey Airports with $5 Million in Grants: Atlantic City International Airport (KACY), Cape May County Airport (KWWD), Hammonton Municipal Airport (N81)


Three South Jersey airports are receiving federal funding to make improvements to their facilities.

The Federal Aviation Administration is awarding the Atlantic City International Airport, the Cape May County Airport, and the Hammonton Municipal Airport with $5 million in grants to enhance safety and address customers concerns.

Atlantic City International Airport will be receiving the biggest share of more than $2.6 million going towards the construction of a new perimeter fence, enhancing the its existing access roads, and funding an assessment of the potential environmental impacts related to removing on-airport obstructions on two runways.

Cape May County Airport will receive more than $2.1 million to improve its water drainage system, build a perimeter fence, and remove tree obstructions from runways and taxiways.

Hammonton Municipal Airport will also use its funding of $250,000 for the removal of tree obstructions.

Story and video:

No comments:

Post a Comment