A day after US President Donald Trump reiterated his desire to invest money in US airport infrastructure in an address to Congress, US airport directors told lawmakers that financing infrastructure projects remains difficult and pushed for reforms by the federal government. Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) CEO Sean Donohue said during a March 1 House of Representatives hearing that infrastructure financing is the biggest challenge US airports face. “Airports must cobble ...

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