Airport to receive $30,000
May 6, 2020
With Montana airports struggling to keep up with costs after the COVID-19 pandemic brought air travel to a standstill, U.S. Senator Jon Tester helped successfully secure $30,000 to help the Three Forks Airport cover operational expenses, staffing, and certain development projects during the crisis.
"Montanans rely on our small community airports to keep our state connected, and the COVID-19 pandemic has slowed down traffic almost entirely," Tester said. "I'm glad to have helped secure this funding at a critical time-it'll help the Three Forks Airport keep up with their day-to-day operation...
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