Northeast Kingdom developer Bill Stenger has unveiled the design for a new airport terminal to be built at the state airport in Coventry.
Stenger showed the architectural rendering at a meeting this week of the Northeast Kingdom Airport Committee, a group of policy makers and citizens overseeing changes to the runway and adjacent buildings.
The terminal is on state land but the building is owned by Stenger and his partner, Ariel Quiros Jr. They have been tapping the federal EB-5 program, which offers visas for investments in this and other economic developments in northeastern Vermont. Stenger says a good international airport and amenities are crucial to all the other projects, including ski resorts, a bio-tech lab and a small aircraft manufacturing plant at the airport.
“It fits into a broader and, I think, balanced and exciting airport facility that will employ people, serve our community well, and be an asset for the developing business and activities in the community that are ongoing right now," Stenger told the group. "And be ... a great welcoming center for a broader group of private aviation lovers who will be gravitating, we hope, to this growing and exciting airport."
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