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Without the dead sensor, commercial flights can’t land there, severely limiting travel options.
The $27 million overhaul is almost ready to take off.
No VIPs were aboard the aircraft, which stayed less than a day.
Pandemic-related air travel losses could lead to higher fees, fewer services in future.
The money will be used to repair aging taxiways.
The goofy sign has gone viral.
Multiple projects are underway.
North terminal work could start this time next year.