Aviation Authority's incentive program designed to court new carriers (updated)

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First reporting:

To lure now air carriers to the Charleston International Airport, the The Charleston County Aviation Authority is adopting a new incentive program that will temporarily waive startup costs for incoming carriers.

The program would allow for as much as $150,000 in startup costs for new carriers.

The Post and Courier has the story.

Update November 2:

The Charleston Regional Business Journal has an article that outlines all the incentive details.

Go take a look.

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