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Airport Thrives Despite Recession and Oil Spill
March 1, 2011
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  • With many local general aviation airports experiencing the impact of the recession, Houma-Terrebonne Airport in Louisiana continues to thrive despite economic conditions in the region. Faced with a national recession and the oil spill in the Gulf, Houma-Terrebonne Airport was able to attract new business and tenants in 2010. Primarily a general aviation facility, the oil spill threatened this major base for helicopter transportation to offshore oil platforms. However, according to Airport Director, “We’re in good shape because of the fiscal responsibility of the commission and staff.” To read the article in full, click here.