Airport authority seeking to bring regional commercial service back to Groton
Monday, February 26, 2018
The Connecticut Airport Authority wants to bring back regional commercial service to Groton-New London Airport and is in discussions with an air carrier, according to the executive director of the authority.
Executive Director Kevin Dillon told an audience of about 35 on Thursday that the authority also is speaking with a developer about building a hotel with up to 40 rooms at the airport, and another developer about building additional hangars to house aircraft.
State Reps. Joe de la Cruz, D-Groton, and Christine Conley, D-Groton, arranged the meeting in the Town Hall Annex to discuss the airport’s future with Dillon.
Category: Economic Development