Two Missouri Airports selected for Multimillion-Dollar Grant from The Federal Aviation Administration

Two Missouri airports were recently selected for a grant from the The Federal Aviation Administration.

The Springfield-Branson National Airport and the Kirksville Regional Airport has been selected for a multimillion-dollar grant from the The Federal Aviation Administration.

According to a news release, The Federal Aviation Administration is awarding $970 million from President Biden’s Bipartisan Investing in America agenda to 114 airports across the country, spanning 44 states and three territories. 

The FY2024 Airport Terminal Program Selections reported that Springfield-Branson National Airport was awared $5,357,143. The award funds the improvement of the passenger terminal building by replacing up to five passenger boarding bridges that have exceeded their useful life. – FY2024 Airport Terminal Program Selections

For more information about the Springfield-Branson National Airport, CLICK HERE.

The FY2024 Airport Terminal Program Selections also reported that Kirksville Regional Airport was awarded $3,200,000. This award funds the construction of a replacement terminal, approximately 6,500 sq. ft. The new terminal will meet current design and accessibility standards and replaces current terminal that has reached the end of its useful life. – FY2024 Airport Terminal Program Selections

For more information about the Kirksville Regional Airport, CLICK HERE.

CLICK HERE to view the full FY2024 Airport Terminal Program Selections file.

CLICK HERE to read the full news release ‘Biden-Harris Administration Announces Nearly $1 Billion in Grants from the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law to Improve 114 Airports Across the U.S.‘ from the United States Department of Transportation.

According to the United States Department of Transportation, President Biden’s Bipartisan Infrastructure Law makes a historic investment in our nation’s infrastructure and competitiveness by rebuilding America’s roads, bridges and rails, upgrading and expanding public transit, and modernizing the nation’s ports and airports. To date, the Administration has announced over $415 billion in Bipartisan Infrastructure Law funding for over 46,000 infrastructure projects across the nation and has mobilized over $640 billion in private sector manufacturing and clean energy investments in the United States.  .

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