Ill. airport upgrades runways from asphalt to concrete

04/8/2011 | Quad-City Times (Davenport, Iowa)

Quad-City International Airport in Illinois will close down its three main runways for six months as the asphalt is replaced with concrete. The airport is spending $34 million to improve the aging runways. "With the new runway, paved shoulders and runway intersection completed, this airport will be properly outfitted to serve the region for another three decades," said Bruce Carter, the airport's aviation director.

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