Airport agency official: Time for Groton commercial service to take off
Tuesday, May 21, 2019
The Connecticut Airport Authority plans to sponsor a meeting with major businesses in the area, as it moves to step up efforts to restore commercial passenger service to the Groton-New London Airport, the head of the authority's board of directors said.
CAA board of directors Chairman Tony Sheridan, also the president and CEO of the Chamber of Commerce of Eastern Connecticut, said that with the growing economy, including the uptick in hiring at Electric Boat, plans for a Coast Guard museum, and a recently announced offshore wind deal, now is the time for the airport authority to ramp up its efforts.
Category: Economic Development