Wyo. city considers new GA airport

01/10/2013 | Green River Star (Wyo.)

The City Council in Green River, Wyo., voted in favor of forming a task force to study the possibility of converting the Green River Intergalactic Spaceport to a general aviation airport and bringing it under city operation. It is currently used primarily for mosquito-control flight and has a 5,500-foot dirt runway that could accommodate small airplanes.

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