The Delta Municipal Airport in Millard County is pictured in a Google Earth screenshot. The facility received a $4.16 million grant from the Federal Aviation Administration’s Airport Improvement Program to upgrade a runway and two taxiways.
The Spanish Fork Municipal Airport in Utah County is pictured in a Google Earth screenshot. The facility received a $150,936 grant from the Federal Aviation Administration’s Airport Improvement Program to repair a taxiway, build a taxiway and improve drainage at the facility.
SALT LAKE CITY — Two Utah airfields will get millions in federal funds to upgrade and improve safety at their facilities.
The Federal Aviation Administration announced the award of $477 million in airport infrastructure grants, including $4.3 million that will go toward improvements at two Utah facilities. In all, $3.18 billion in funding will be allocated for the Airport Improvement Program to airports across the United States, a news release stated.
The recipients in Utah include Delta Municipal Airport, which was awarded $4.16 million to repair the lighting on a taxiway and runway, as well as the rebuilding of a runway and a …read more
Source:: Deseret News – Business News