FORT WAYNE, Ind. (AP) — The Federal Aviation Administration has awarded two grants worth more than $2.9 million to Fort Wayne International Airport.
WANE-TV reports a $2.74 million grant will be used to for a new access road to the west side of airport and an aircraft maintenance facility. It also improves the access to the airport's fuel farm.
Another $118,000 grant will be used to buy a new tractor at Smith Field Airport for mowing and snow removal.
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