Calif. airport considers development for more business jets

Mineta San Jose International Airport in San Jose, Calif., is considering a plan to open the west side of the airport to more business jets. Airport Director Bill Sherry said that developing the airport "is really the last item we have to generate new revenue at the airport." The airport saw a 1.5% decrease in passenger activity during the fiscal 2011-12 year.

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