Cambridge Airport To Launch Upgrade Plan

Aviation International News » June 2012
Aerial photo of Cambridge Airport
Cambridge Airport will rehabilitate its runway as part of a $30 million infrastructure investment.
June 4, 2012, 3:25 AM

Marshall Group, owner of the UK’s Cambridge Airport, will kick off a more than $30 million infrastructure investment program next month, including the construction of a new taxiway to provide a key access route to the south end of the runway. In addition, the airport will undertake a rehabilitation of the 6,447-foot runway itself. The airport is one of just five in the UK capable of business and passenger services with a 24/7 slot allocation during the 2012 Olympics period.

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