Terry Slaybaugh, Dayton’s aviation director, said the Dayton facility will need nearly $150 million for infrastructure improvements. About $38 million is needed for terminal building improvements, $19 million for airfield capacity and standardization and another $15 million for reconstruction projects, among other expenses.
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A report from the Airports Council International - North America found that airports across the country will need nearly $100 billion in the next five years to accommodate passenger and cargo growth and to rehabilitate aging facilities. The need for these improvements have increased by 32 percent in the past two years, according to the report.
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