LYNDON — Vermont’s Caledonia County airport has undergone a facelift.
There’s a new conference room, waiting area, and two gas fireplaces. The airport has energy-efficient windows and doors, new wiring and insulation and a new heating system.
Long-time pilot Robert Jauch told the Caledonian-Record that the small airport can now take most turboprops and can accommodate small jets. It has a 3,100-foot runway.
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