South Jersey Regional Airport upgrade plans advance
Environmental impact studies of planned improvements at South Jersey Regional Airport in Mount Holly can begin, fueled by newly-secured federal dollars.
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) authorized $354,709 for research into the widening of Runway 8/26, relocation of Taxiway A, and apron improvements, according to the announcement by U.S. Senators Robert Menendez and Cory Booker (D-NJ).
The funding stream runs through the New Jersey Department of Transportation (DOT), which owns the airfield. The asphalt runway's size is 50 feet across and 3,881 feet long.
Information collected by the Navy in 2013 counted 106 fixed-wing aircraft ahd helicopters on the grounds, with about 70 airport operations daily.