Three South Jersey Airports Receive More Than $5 Million in Grants

The Federal Aviation Administration has awarded more than $5 million in grants to Atlantic City International Airport, Cape May County Airport and Hammonton Municipal Airport.

Congressman Frank A. LoBiondo released a statement on Tuesday about the grants, which total $5,098,991 and come from the FAA’s Airport Improvement Program.

Atlantic City International Airport will receive $2,617,200 for repairing part of the access road and finishing perimeter fencing. It will receive another $67,500 to fund an environmental assessment for an upcoming runway project.

Cape May County Airport was awarded $1,100,000 for drainage improvements, $558,000 for perimeter fencing and $500,471 to remove tree obstructions.

Hammonton Municipal Airport will receive $255,820 to remove tree obstructions.

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