Porter County Regional Airport
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Porter County Regional Airport has received a $143,344 Federal Aviation Administration grant to help guide growth and development at the airport for the next 20 years.
CHESTERTON | U.S. Army Spc. James Butz received a solemn hero's welcome from friends and strangers alike as his body was returned home to his family Saturday morning.
Region airports and those who work at them zealously guard the privacy of corporate CEOs, rock stars and other celebrities who whoosh in and out on jets costing a small ransom.
A Cessna Citation 750 business jet owned by Target Corp. takes off from Porter County Regional Airport in August. Jet traffic at the airport has not been dinged by the recession, with landings and takeoffs now a bit higher than pre-recession levels.
A Cessna Citation 750 business jet owned by Target Corp. is parked at the Porter County Regional Airport in August. Jet traffic is attracted by the airport's proximity to Chicago as well as major industry in the region.
VALPARAISO | Porter County Regional Airport received a $127,500 airport improvement grant to help it pay for development of its master plan and meet new Federal Aviation Administration requirements for taxiway markings, according to U.S. Rep. Pete Visclosky, D-Merrillville.
VALPARAISO | If you have ideas on how the Porter County Regional Airport and the land around it ought to be developed, Monday is your chance to share them.
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