US subsidizes Bradford airport for another year

US subsidizes Bradford airport for another year

The Associated Press

Published: Monday, Oct. 1, 2012 – 5:30 am

BRADFORD, Pa. — The U.S. Department of Transportation will pay $1.9 million to subsidize commuter air service for another year out of Bradford Regional Airport in northwestern Pennsylvania.
But whether that service will extend beyond next September depends on whether the airport can attract a minimum of 10 passengers per day.
The contract means Silver Airways will continue to provide the service to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport.
The airport is located about 130 miles northeast of Pittsburgh.

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