Peterborough Municipal Airport this month plans to open its expanded 7,000 ft.-runway, part of a $30 million renovation aimed at accommodating narrowbody aircraft. "We went from being a DC-9 runway to a Boeing 737 runway," says Jay Amer, who heads up direct marketing for the Canadian airport. Peterborough now boasts the longest runway between Toronto and Montreal, he adds, along with significantly lower costs. "We're really a runway with a business park," says Amer. That's okay with ...
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