A proposal for the city of Corpus Christi, Texas to take over one of the fixed-base operations at Corpus Christi International Airport is generating substantial opposition from general aviation businesses, and puts another spotlight on dissension between airports and general aviation groups over airport-run businesses competing with the private sector. General aviation groups say the Corpus Christi plan could mean bad business for the city and disadvantage private operations, while ...
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