Last week, Federal Aviation Administrator Randy Babbitt travelled to Seattle to award the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport a Voluntary Airport Low Emissions (VALE) grant for $18.3 million. The grant, the largest of the FAA’s VALE awards, supports installation of a pre-conditioned air plant that will make Sea-Tac one of the nation’s few airports with a single, centralized system that covers the entire airport. The new system will allow aircraft at the gates to shut off auxiliary power and connect to the airport’s cleaner central heating and cooling supply. The project will reduce aircraft emissions at Sea-Tac by more than 50,000 metric
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