Shutdown Of Md. Regional Airports Delayed

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The shutdown of Maryland’s five regional airports due to the federal budget crisis has been delayed.

Mandatory budget cuts would have forced air traffic control towers to close at Martin State Airport and four others in the state.

The shutdown was scheduled to happen as early as this month.

That’s now been pushed back until at least June 15.


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