reliever airports

reliever airports

A subset of general aviation airports that has the function of relieving congestion at primary commercial airports and providing more access for general aviation to the overall community.
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Various improvement and rehabilitation projects, including police and fire, reliever airports, and airfield and runway projects are also included in the plan.
Paul Airport (MSP) and six reliever airports that serve business and general aviation.
The 30+ Class B mega-airports are surrounded by multiple reliever airports that would make ideal TEC satellites.
These business airplanes allow these smart companies to fly on a more dependable schedule, and on most trips, smaller rural or reliever airports away from big cities can be utilized to deliver personnel closer to their final destination."
"In that environment, there ought to be a place for some sort of air service at reliever airports around Boston-Logan, and that includes Pease."
Reliever airports must begin to accept a significantly greater number of passenger-mile traffic from airline hubs.
The complaint accuses the MAC of violating its statutory obligation to set charges for users at six regional reliever airports at levels high enough to cover the costs of those airports.
Selling six corporate/GA reliever airports Airlake, Anoka County-Blaine, Crystal, Flying Cloud, Lake Elmo and St Paul Downtown was unlikely, he said, but it might be needed to meet Northwest's goal.