Monday, November 23, 2020 / by Adam Donaldson
Article originally posted on insidetucsonbusiness.com on November 20th, 2020
Despite being hammered by passenger reductions due to COVID, the Tucson International Airport is keeping busy. On Oct. 15, the Tucson Airport Authority broke ground on a $300 million Airfield Safety Enhancement project, which involves reconstruction of a runway, new taxiways, installation of aircraft guidance systems and a modernization of the airfield to meet current Federal Aviation Administration design standards. Depending on FAA funding, the project is planned to finish in three to five years.
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