The Perfect Storm for Small Airports By Steve Lott Eclat Analyst: Robert Hazel If you live near some of the smallest U.S. commercial airports, you'll probably be driving this summer rather than flying because about 12% of the airports in the country have lost all service in the past 10 years and the trend shows no sign of turning around. Before and after the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks, medium and large U.S. airports have fared relatively well in terms of keeping service and ...
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