New Orleans Aviation Director Roy Williams is looking to the US government to make up much of the estimated $300 million in damages and lost revenue to the city's principal airport from Hurricane Katrina. Williams said the terminal and other buildings at Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport sustained approximately $55 million in damages from flooding and wind. The airport lost $170 million in revenue during the 16 days that it was closed to commercial traffic, and he expects it ...

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