Dan Haar: Why Lamont’s two-airport strategy for Sikorsky and Tweed could backfire

Dan Haar Dec. 6, 2021 | Updated: Dec. 6, 2021 9:54 p.m.

Gov. Ned Lamont, right, speaks during a ceremony before the Avelo Airlines inaugural flight from Tweed New Haven Regional Airport to Orlando on Nov. 3.Arnold Gold / Hearst Connecticut Media

(ctinsider.com Dec 6, 2021) The competition between Tweed New Haven Airport and Sikorsky Memorial Airport for aviation supremacy on the Connecticut shoreline seemed over on May 6, when Tweed engineered a surprise announcement that a private operator would pour $100 million into the airfield and a start-up airline would launch flights in 2021. Read Full Article here

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