N.C. awards $1.12 million for Currituck Airport improvements

By on September 6, 2023

Currituck County Regional Airport. (Photo Credit: Currituck Outer Banks Travel and Tourism)

(Currituck County)

Currituck County announced on Sept. 6 that it will receive more than $1 million from the North Carolina Department of Transportation to fund infrastructure improvements at the Currituck County Regional Airport.  The county received notification of the award on Aug. 30.

The award will fund the replacement of the airport’s fuel facility that provides gasoline for airplanes. Currituck County receives $1,123,000 from the state.

The Currituck County Regional Airport’s fuel farm is a key component of the airport’s success. Self-serve AvGas and Jet-A fuels are available for pilots on a 24/7 basis. Currituck County is in the process of receiving bids for this project and a projected completion date has not yet been established.

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  • thanks

    Before the flames- I am a a non-affiliated voter tired of the political division that brings harm rather than solutions
    so thank you Governor Cooper and thank you Biden Administration and those who voted for the infrastructure bill-
    btw not Rep Murphy

    Thursday, Sep 7 @ 6:50 pm