May 12, 2015 3:43 PM

Manchester-Boston Regional Airport passes FAA inspection

The Associated Press

MANCHESTER (AP) — Manchester-Boston Regional Airport officials say the airport recently completed its annual Federal Aviation Administration inspection with no corrective actions noted.

The inspection is similar to an audit and is done over three days. The review includes airport rescue/firefighting equipment training and response times; the airport emergency plan; snow and ice control procedures; operations and maintenance records and logs; and other categories.

Airport Director Mark Brewer said this year's inspection came on the heels of a very challenging and prolonged winter.


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