Colorado Airports Share $20m

23 March 2009 (Last Updated March 23rd, 2009 18:30)

Airports in Denver, Centennial and Aspen will share $20m from the federal stimulus package set aside by President Obama. Denver International Airport will get $7m for runway rehabilitation and $5m for apron improvements. Centennial Airport will get $4m for taxiway rehabilitati

Airports in Denver, Centennial and Aspen will share $20m from the federal stimulus package set aside by President Obama.

Denver International Airport will get $7m for runway rehabilitation and $5m for apron improvements.

Centennial Airport will get $4m for taxiway rehabilitation and Aspen-Pitkin County Airport will get $4m for apron improvements.

The grants are being allocated through the Federal Aviation Administration's airport improvement programme. The stimulus package includes a total of $1.1bn for the programme.

By Daniel Garrun.