Port Columbus International in Ohio announced a unique arrangement with 10 airlines under which the airport will share 75% of its annual net profit after debt service and capital fund requirements with the carriers in the form of rent credits. "Maintaining a healthy airport begins with helping to ensure the success of our vital airport partners," Columbus Regional Airport Authority President and CEO Elaine Roberts said. "The airport authority believes that the new ...

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