Tenn. airport works to settle dispute with FBO

12/16/2013 | Chattanooga Times Free Press (Tenn.)

Rumors have been circulating that Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport could buy out general aviation fixed-base operator TAC Air. Officials have not offered further details, but after a closed meeting of the airport's finance committee, Airport Authority Chairman Dan Jacobson said that the airport is talking with representatives from TAC Air. The two sides have been in a dispute since the airport announced the construction of a $10 million competing GA terminal.

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