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FAA Approves New Haven Airport Expansion

FAA’s Environmental Assessment, Finds “No Significant Impact” For The Proposed Runway And Terminal Expansion Tweed New Haven Airport in Connecticut has been given the green light by the FAA’s environmental assessment, finding “no significant impact” for the proposed runway and terminal expansion. The changes will provide more terminal space and a longer runway for 02-20, at a proposed cost of $165 million. The potential environmental impacts are minimal, according to a 25-page study on the project. Tweed was identified as “one of the most underserved airports in the country” according to an airport management master plan. Its central location in Connecticut gives it 2.2 million potential users within 30 miles, a population with plenty of biotech, tech, and information jobs nearby.

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