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Some see Middlebury Airport as an economic driver

GREEN MOUNTAIN AVIONICS owner/founder Bill Hanf, right, and employee Seth Armstrong stand in front of one of the airplanes the growing company is currently servicing at the Middlebury State Airport. Hanf would like to see his company grow in Middlebury. Independent photo/John Flowers

If you ask Middlebury Airport tenants and boosters, demand for new hangars at the property was already sky-high before VTrans filed its Act 250 permit request.

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