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"We are reimagining travel through Bradley International Airport," said CAA Executive Director Kevin A. Dillon.
A list of proposals is intended "to stop quasi-publics from engaging in questionable behavior and mismanagement of taxpayers’ dollars," says Senate Republican Leader Len Fasano.
Last year's passenger data represented a 1.2% year-over-year increase.
The two properties – 25 Miry Brook Road and 89 Wooster Heights – have long been eyesores, according to Mayor Mark Boughton.
Returning commercial air flights to Sikorsky Memorial Airport has been a goal of Bridgeport Mayor Joe Ganim since his 2015 return to office.
Renovations and expanded services – including new restaurants and retail outlets, as well as new domestic and international routes – are all on the menu.
Tony Sheridan, chairman of the CAA’s board of directors, is advocating scheduled service at Groton-New London Airport.
An unnamed airline has expressed interest in bringing commercial service back to Bridgeport-owned Sikorsky, which hasn't offered commercial flights since the mid-1990s.
The new center, which will include a new consolidated rental car and ground transportation facility with 830 parking spaces, will house all rental car companies in one location.
Bradley’s passenger numbers make it the second-largest airport in New England, behind only Boston’s Logan Airport.
Hoey temporarily replaces Tim Larson, who resigned as executive director to lead the state’s Office of Higher Education.
The facility was named for Lt. Eugene M. Bradley, who died in aircraft crash in August 1941 when the airport was a military base.
The CAA runs Bradley International Airport and five state-owned general aviation airports.
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