Findlay Airport, Others Getting Grant Money For Improvements

U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown announced that the Department of Transportation’s Federal Aviation Administration has awarded four Airport Improvement Program grants totaling $1,091,386 to four airports in Northwest Ohio.

“Ohio airports are vital infrastructure supporting travel and commerce in our state,” Brown said.

“These investments will enhance safety and operations at Northwest Ohio airports and improve travel for area residents and businesses.”

Funding from FAA includes:

$288,180 to the Findlay Airport to rehabilitate the runway, rehabilitate runway lighting, and shift or reconfigure an existing taxiway.

$600,000 to the Fostoria Metro Airport to reconstruct a terminal building.

$145,606 to the Put-in-Bay Airport to reconstruct a terminal building and acquire snow removal equipment.

$57,600 to the Wyandot County Airport to update the airport master plan or study.