The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is awarding $110 million in bipartisan infrastructure law funding to 71 airports across the US to improve safety and expand capacity. It includes 74 grants to airports across 32 states to modernise airport and runway infrastructure, improve airfield safety, and create jobs. It is a part of US President Joe Biden’s Investing in America agenda. Grants include $43 million for Charlotte Douglas International in North Carolina, over $600,000 for Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport in Maryland, and over $300,000 for Omak Airport in Washington. “This is another good step in a multi-billion dollar modernisation we’re

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