By year end the City of New Orleans plans to issue a request for qualifications from organizations interested in leasing its Louis Armstrong International Airport and downtown heliport. It expects to ask for bids next spring and send a final application for privatization to FAA by the fall of 2010, a spokesperson for Armstrong International tells this newsletter. Length of the lease and amount paid for it will be determined during the bidding process, spokesperson Michelle Wilcut says, ...

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