Georgia airport missing key ingredient of fuel

03/15/2010 | WRCB-TV (Chattanooga, Tenn.)

Covington Municipal Airport in Covington, Ga., has left some planes grounded because there is not enough space at the airport to store fuel. The airport's fuel farm closed in July, but construction of a new fuel farm has been delayed. The city-owned airport may pursue legal action against the airport operator, Atlanta East Aviation, for violating its contract.

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