A new international commercial service airport in Williston, North Dakota received a boost Aug. 21 when FAA awarded $20 million in discretionary funds toward the project, as part of the US Department of Transportation (DOT)’s latest airport improvement program (AIP) grants.  Construction of the new Williston Basin International Airport broke ground in October 2016; the project—which will replace the city’s existing Sloulin Field International Airport—will cost ...

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