U.S. Airports Request $17B In Additional Federal Stimulus

Denver International Airport
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WASHINGTON—Airports called on U.S. lawmakers to approve $17 billion in targeted aid as part of a new stimulus package currently being negotiated on Capitol Hill. Commercial airports received $10 billion in federal funding as part of the CARES Act stimulus law passed March 31, 2020. But with...

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