Major Terminal Expansion at Airport Would Cost Millions
Landry Harlan and Julia Wells

The Martha’s Vineyard Airport is seeking federal funding for a $39 million expansion plan, despite declining air traffic.

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Airport Awards Contract for Runway Paving
Landry Harlan

The airport commission last week officially awarded a $10.6 million bid for repaving the main runway to Lawrence Lynch Corp. of Falmouth.

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Airport Lands $10 Million Grant for Runway Repaving
Julia Wells

A $10 million-plus repaving and reconstruction project on the main runway at the Martha’s Vineyard Airport is on track to begin in the fall.

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Automated Parking at Airport Off to Bumpy Start
Landry Harlan

A new automated parking system at the Martha’s Vineyard Airport still has a few bugs to work out.

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Emergency Response Exercise
The Martha’s Vineyard Airport will be conducting an exercise of the airport’s emergency response plan on Sunday March 25.
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Airport Tenants Face Rent Increases
Louisa Hufstader
Under pressure from the FAA to increase revenue, the airport commission is looking at raising rents at the business park.
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Martha's Vineyard Airport Unveils New $10.5 Million Fire Facility
Louisa Hufstader

Thirteen months after construction began on a new airport fire station, the Martha’s Vineyard Airport Commission held a ceremonial ribbon cutting and building tours Thursday.

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Airport Commission Eyes Business Park Expansion
Steve Myrick

The Martha’s Vineyard Airport Commission is looking to expand its business park to increase revenue and fill demand for new leases.

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Vineyard Airport Ready for Summer Takeoff
Chloe Reichel

The Martha’s Vineyard Airport is gearing up for summer with the return of seasonal airlines, terminal upgrades, extra training for staff and noise abatement efforts Airport manager Ann Crook expects a busy season.

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Airport Is Carved Out of Wilderness
Vineyard Gazette
The airfield on the central plain of Martha’s Vineyard is beginning to shape up as something more than raw earth, mud, and the destination of building materials trucked over the roads from the steamboat landing. The time has arrived, also, when the United States Navy feels that the public may know something of this project which has brought life and a strange new pattern to a domain where only the hawks, rabbits and wildflowers have dwelt for many generations.
 
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