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DULUTH INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

An in-depth report could shape a plan to reduce friction with neighbors.
The 8th District DFL unit called it “vote-no-and-take-credit hypocrisy.”
Airline passengers are returning to Duluth International Airport, though figures still remain below pre-pandemic numbers.
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In receiving $7.3 million in federal funding, the Duluth International Airport begins a rebuild of the taxiway running parallel to the main runway, which was reconstructed in 2019.
Piedmont Avenue landscaping, has fallen into neglect.
The current labor shortage could delay the service's launch date.
The federal funding is designed to help smaller cities improve air service.
New to this year's airshow were the wingsuit flyers with the Red Bull Airforce.
The nonstop coach-bus service had been running four trips daily since its inception locally in 2019.

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The longtime airport shuttle service cited a steady increase in air travel for its decision to resume regular activity.
The twice-weekly service will begin in December.
Officials are hopeful that a vaccine will cure passenger wariness.

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