Connecticut governor pushes airport plan

Kaplan, David
February 1998
Bond Buyer;02/13/98, Vol. 323 Issue 30331, p44
Trade Publication
Discloses that Connecticut Governor John G. Rowland has released plans for a $135 million, partially bond-financed expansion of the Bradley International Airport in Windsor Locks. Demolition of an aging passenger terminal; Repayment of 60 percent of the $135 million through an existing $3 surcharge on flights leaving from Bradley; Call for the construction of a new terminal to better accommodate rapid passenger growth.


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