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Changes coming to airport
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Times photo: Tere Dunlap Sliding patio doors of the 40-year-old Monroe airport terminal, dubbed the front door to the city, reflect the image of the latest arrival at the airport Wednesday evening, a Learjet 35 owned by SCAviation, Inc. Inside, the Airport Board of Management talked about newly received funding to replace the building, which has become tattered by age and weather. The brown terminal plays host to about 20 flights per day. During the annual EAA convention in July in Oshkosh, about 800 to 1,000 pilots land in Monroe to fuel up.
MONROE - It's the "front door to the city," according to Tom Kelly, a member of the City of Monroe Airport Board of Management.