Reduced Ferry Schedule Goes Into Effect
Noah Asimow
Six regularly scheduled ferry runs have been cut effective Sunday, as traffic to the Island begins to decline. Other transit agencies are taking steps to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.
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National Guard to Perform Training Exercises Over the Vineyard
The 104th Fighter Wing out of Barnes Air National Guard Base in Westfield will conduct training exercises on Tuesday, flying over Vineyard air space.
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Airport Traffic Is Up, So Are Revenues
Louisa Hufstader
The Martha’s Vineyard Airport is running well in the black as the busiest months of the year come to a close, treasurer Richard Knabel reported.
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Wings of Freedom Exhibit
The Wings of Freedom Tour will be on display at the Martha’s Vineyard Airport, located on the ramp at the airport business park on Barnes Road.
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Summer Air Traffic Is Up on the Vineyard
Noah Asimow

Air traffic was up and detected levels of PFAS were down in and around the Martha’s Vineyard Airport in July.

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Police Identify Suspect in Airport Bomb Threat
Holly Pretsky

Massachusetts state police have identified a suspect in connection with Tuesday’s bomb threat at the Martha’s Vineyard Airport. The suspect is Julie Tejeda, 31, of East Boston.

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Police Investigate Bomb Threat That Closed Airport
Holly Pretsky

A bomb threat that closed the Martha’s Vineyard Airport for some three and a half hours Tuesday morning remains under investigation by police.

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Contract Signed, New Airport Director Begins Work June 10
Noah Asimow

Cindi Martin, who was offered the director position a month ago, has accepted a three-year contract, airport commission chairman Robert Rosenbaum confirmed.

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Airport Chooses New Director Pending Contract
Landry Harlan

Amid internal turmoil, the Martha’s Vineyard Airport commission took steps to hire a new airport director this week.

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Vineyard Business Park Is Reaching Its Potential Under New Leadership
Julie Dulude
Once a wasteland of mismanagement and neglect, the airport business park — under new leadership — is shaping up and filling up. And, with plans to polish the park’s image already under way, the business park will prove an appropriate addition to the much anticipated new terminal complex.
 
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