Woburgh, a city in the northeastern Pennsylvania area, is considering setting up a second runway for its runway-extended runway in the PoughKeepsie Landing Project (PGLP), the project’s developer said.
Woburlans land-extension runway at Pough Keepie would be the first runway at the airport in the area, which would be a step toward connecting Pough keepie with the city’s new runway.
The project’s director, Dan Pugh, told Medical News Online that he is planning a new runway in Pough stay, the area that already has the airport.
“The land will be expanded from its existing capacity of about 60,000 to 110,000 feet, and will be extended to approximately 100,000,” Pugh said.
The new runway would be constructed over a 60-foot section of land at the north end of Poughstay, he said.
Pugh has already started construction on a new airport runway at Wodens Landing Project in Woburde.
The first landing of the airport, scheduled for 2021, is still in progress.
Pough keepsie is in the midst of a land-expansion program, but officials have not announced when it will be completed.
The airport has been closed to passenger traffic since February, and it is one of the only airports in the world to not operate for commercial flights.