$3.8-MILLION AIRSIDE UPGRADES COMPLETE AT ARMIDALE REGIONAL AIRPORT

Armidale Regional Airport will cater for an increased number of planes once regular travel resumes, thanks to recent upgrades.

$3.8-million in State Government funding has seen improvements made to the facility’s airside apron, taxiway, runway lighting and pedestrian ramps.

Member for Northern Tablelands, Adam Marshall, says the upgrades will help the airport maintain its standing as one of the busiest in country New South Wales.

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