Ted Stevens International Airport Master Plan Moves Forward

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by Mike Ford

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Danhar said on Thursday, Mar 7 at 6:47 PM

Can we please slow down spending on things we don't really need? We are broke, and do not have the right to pass on debt, that will prevent future generations from enjoying success, because of debt we burden them with, to passify local unions. It's time we dial the spending back and become responsible adults for a change. If the economy finds a way to grow beneath the restrictive nature of obamacare, and the the dozens of new taxes associated with it, perhaps we can re-visit these issues at a later date. Until then we really need to challenge ourselves to be fiscally responsible in these dire economic times.

JR said on Friday, Mar 8 at 7:16 AM

What master plan are they talking about,Anchorage int'l airport was one of the largest cargo airports in the world now there is about 1 747 cargo parked there a day before the cargo planes parked all over the place including the terminal gates.That airport business that was going on 10 years ago at 100% now it is only at 10% of what it used to be.And the state wants to spend more money there how about that.The airbus was building the A380 AIA was expanding the runways and taxiways to accommodate it but we have not seen not even one single A380 land at AIA.

bob said on Friday, Mar 8 at 7:16 PM

Mike Ford you s**k as a journalist. It's pretty bad when the people commenting on the story are more informative then the person who wrote it, or should I say only re-posted it.

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