A university professor has spoken out about the potential impact of a project that will build a new terminal at Fordham Airport.
In a video published by the College of Forestry and Environmental Science, Professor John Fordham explains that the land could be used to build the runway at the airport.
“There’s the chance to develop a land that could be a new runway,” he said.
This is not an isolated case.
“I’ve seen it at the airports of other countries,” he added.
A major construction project at a US city such as Detroit, New York City, or Boston is a prime example of the use of land for development.
Fordham University professor John Ford-ham, left, talks about the possible impact of an airport landing gear project in 2019.
When asked about the possibility of the land being used for land development, Fordham responded: “I think it’s possible.”
“This is a massive investment in this project, not just to develop land, but also to develop the infrastructure of the airport and potentially build the terminal,” he told the College.
An airport landing Gear project, also known as a land acquisition, is a controversial project that involves the building of a runway, an airport, and a new airport terminal.
The project would be completed by 2022.
The project has been in the works since 2008.
In a statement to ABC News, Fordam said: “There is a possibility that the area of land could become a new land acquisition site.
There are some questions that remain to be answered about the proposed project.
It is important to remember that this is a huge undertaking and there are still many details that need to be worked out.
We remain confident that this will not be a negative project, and that it will be a successful project.””
If we are successful, this will help us build our future airports and provide an amazing economic boost to the area,” Fordham added.
Read more about the project: The land acquisition is currently being held up by a number of concerns, including the lack of local planning and land acquisition permits.
But a spokesperson for the College said the project would not be affected by the issues.
However, in a statement the College acknowledged that the project “may be a bit more complicated than originally thought.”
The university has also asked the FAA to consider any mitigation measures that could prevent the airport from being used.””
But the project is in the process of being evaluated and will be subject to further approvals from the planning authority.”
The university has also asked the FAA to consider any mitigation measures that could prevent the airport from being used.
“We are hoping that the FAA will consider these mitigation measures as part of their process to review the airport’s land acquisition plan,” Fordam added.