An average of just 20 people a day flew out of the Murtha Airport last year. But, the airport was just awarded more federal money --$800,000 in stimulus funds to repave an alternate runway.<quoted text>
I'm not disputing your numbers, but can you back them up? And don't tell me to come up with them, YOU STATED 20 people, not me. Now prove it, 5th request for proof for today alone. Still waiting for the first one.
At the same time, please give us the capacity of planes transporting those passengers.
Located in Johnston, Pa., 56 miles from Pittsburgh, the Murtha Airport is a monument to the power of Rep. John Murtha, D-Pa., who has steered some $150 million in taxpayer dollars to the airport over the last decade.