State looking for public input on Ohio’s GA airports

The Ohio Department of Transportation is hosting public meetings as part of its Ohio Airports Focus Study, to determine what types of airport services are provided throughout the state today, and what gaps need to be filled in the at Ohio’s 97 publicly-owned general aviation airports.

In 2012, the FAA invested about $26 million in Ohio’s GA airports, and ODOT issued about $725,000 in grant funding. These combined funds addressed only a fraction of the requested needs, ODOT officials are quoted as saying in a report from a Dayton TV station.

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