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Sikorsky last offered commercial air service in 1999.
"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.
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