Aircraft owners flock to W.Va. airport following property tax cut

A reduction in property taxes for owners of business aircraft that took effect last year has resulted in a boost in aircraft filling hangars at Yeager Airport in Charleston, W.Va. Aircraft owners who previously housed their aircraft and helicopters in neighboring states have moved to Yeager in order to take advantage of the lower taxes, and with 15 to 16 new aircraft at the facility, hangar space is nearly filled to capacity.

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