Hoeven: $3.2 Million Awarded by FAA for North Dakota Airports

WASHINGTON – Senator John Hoeven today announced that the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has awarded more than $3.2 million to six airports across North Dakota. These grants will provide the selected airports with aid for modernization and safety projects. The funding comes as part of the FAA Airport Infrastructure Grant (AIG) Program and will proceed as follows:

  • $2,600,000 to Jamestown Regional Airport for the improvement, modification, and rehabilitation of a service road and taxiway and the purchase of snow removal equipment.
  • $150,000 to Garrison Municipal Airport for the reconstruction of a terminal building.
  • $150,000 to Beach Airport for the installation of a runway vertical and visual guidance system, and for the reconstruction of runway lighting and taxiway lighting.
  • $144,000 to Hettinger/JB Lindquist Regional Airport to seal apron pavement surface, runway pavement surface, taxi lane and taxiway pavement surface.
  • $113,003 to Glen Ullin Regional Airport to acquire D57 snow removal equipment.
  • $67,500 to Ashley Municipal Airport for the rehabilitation of runway signage and markings.

“These awards come as part of our efforts to advance important updates for North Dakota’s airports, supporting safe and reliable air service for families and businesses and ensuring these facilities can meet the growing demands of our economy,” said Hoeven.