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FAA Approves Second Las Vegas Airport

Private Airport Approved, Paving the Way for Development Folks in the Las Vegas, Nevada aerospace ecosystem may gain an additional airport, now that the FAA has approved plans to develop a field 31 miles west of Harry Reid International. The FAA anticipates the usual GA mix to operate there, with single, multi-engine, and helicopter ops slated in their documentation. The airport will sport a single runway, though that will likely change in time as needs shift. Today, the project holds about $10 million in funding from investors, but they’ve said they need another $20 million in order to meet their first funding goal.

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