Lakeland Linder International Airport Adds $1M to Airport Fund

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The Lakeland, Fl. City Commission moved forward Friday with another piece of the plan to draw a commercial air carrier to Lakeland, Fl., setting aside $1 million in reserve for what’s known as a minimum revenue guarantee, money an airline would receive if it did not make as much money as predicted once routes are in place.

“I’m ecstatic,” said Lakeland Linder International Airport Director Gene Conrad in a phone call from Syracuse, New York. “We appreciate the support of the City Commission for the efforts that we’re collectively working on to attract commercial air service to Lakeland Linder International Airport.”

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