Pilots Group Says East Hampton Airport Drives $77 Million Into Local Economy, Supports 800 Jobs - 27 East

Pilots Group Says East Hampton Airport Drives $77 Million Into Local Economy, Supports 800 Jobs

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East Hampton Airport floods the South Fork with visitors who spend as $500 a day or more and supports hundreds of jobs a new economic analysis by a local pilots group says.

East Hampton Airport floods the South Fork with visitors who spend as $500 a day or more and supports hundreds of jobs a new economic analysis by a local pilots group says.

Visitor who come to the Hamptons via East Hampton Airport drive $77 million a year into the local economy the study says.

Visitor who come to the Hamptons via East Hampton Airport drive $77 million a year into the local economy the study says.

authorMichael Wright on Jan 27, 2021
A pilots group this week released an economic study it commissioned that says the people who arrive in the Hamptons each year through East Hampton Airport drive nearly $80 million... more

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