Panama City-Bay County International Airport, the first US greenfield commercial airport project this century, will break ground on Nov. 1 in Florida. The airport will be built on 1,300 of the 4,000 acres donated by St. Joe Co., which will develop nearby commercial and industrial projects. It is expected to open in late 2009 or early 2010 with an 8,400-ft. primary runway and a 5,000-ft. crosswind runway, a 100,000-sq.-ft., seven gate terminal and aviation support facilities. The main runway ...

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