Maryland airport goes to court after getting booted from federal subsidy program

It’s dim inside the terminal building of the airport. Ticket counters are empty and a coffee bar looks abandoned. The only person there to serve customers is a young woman running a rental car counter, who says she no longer has much to do. In October, the federal government pulled a $2.3 million subsidy that had supported daily flights that connected the small airport a half-mile from the Pennsylvania border to Baltimore and Pittsburgh. (Wash. Post)

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