Charlotte Airport

December 26, 2010 by USA Post 

Charlotte Airport, Many, probably most people will be happy to see 2010 come to an end, at least from an economic perspective.Unemployment remained stubbornly high in Brevard and throughout the country, tourism has taken Florida a blow with the Gulf oil spill mass, housing market continued to struggle with foreclosures remain at historic levels, and the end of this year’s Space Coast has seen its first significant layoffs in the space industry, more than 1,000 people cut loose in October. But amid the recession, we began to see these legendary green shoots. Two airlines are considering moving to Melbourne International Airport, perhaps bringing more than 650 well-paying jobs. Our first car manufacturer in the county, the soon-to-be-renamed Avera Motors Rockledge, burst onto the scene. And Port Canaveral continued to fuel the economy Brevard, opening of the tank farm has $ 126 million this year and strengthen its bustling cruise. In January, Albertson’s LLC announced the closure of its supermarkets in the southeastern corner of Lake Washington and Wickham roads in Melbourne. This was the last Albertson’s in Brevard County. U.S. Airways begins offering three daily flights between Melbourne International Airport and Charlotte Douglas International Airport in Charlotte, NC U.S. Airways operated out of Melbourne International from 1989 to August 1997, which put the number of 204,000 passengers annually to the Space Coast. His return means that the airport now has two legacy carriers. ” Northrop Grumman Corp. announced that it would not bid for the contract to build the next generation of Air Force aerial refueling tankers, saying the requirements of the proposal are clearly in favor rival Boeing Co. If Northrop won the contract and $ 35 billion – one of the largest army in history – should have been paying 460 jobs in operations of the company Melbourne.

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