N.C. Forest Service Relocates Air Hub To New Hangars

New hangar at Duplin County Airport
One of two new hangars of the North Carolina Forest Service Eastern Aviation Hub.
Credit: Duplin County Economic Development Commission
The North Carolina Forest Service (NCFS) has moved into a new $7 million hangar complex at Duplin County Airport (KDPL) in Kenansville, North Carolina, about one hour east of Fayetteville. The NCFS relocated 10 staffers from the Kinston Regional Jetport (KISO) to the new facility, which serves as...

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