Unused Okla. airports are still draw FAA funding

05/7/2013 | KWTV-TV (Oklahoma City)

Gage Airport in Oklahoma is one of 13 airports in Oklahoma that is rarely used or have planes parked there, but receive funding from the Federal Aviation Administration. Richard Chapman, Gage airport manager, says it is critical to the county as a landing point for corporate jets carrying passengers to the nearby oil patch, and a place for crop dusters to park in the summer. "We're providing a service to our county," Chapman said.

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