Columbus Regional Airport Authority (CRAA)
With its vision to connect Ohio with the world, the Columbus Regional Airport Authority oversees the operation of passenger focused John Glenn Columbus International (CMH), cargo-focused Rickenbacker International Airport (LCK), general aviation airport Bolton Field (TZR), and Foreign-Trade Zone 138 based at Rickenbacker. An independent economic impact study found that the three airports and select businesses with direct ties to the airports account for more than 58,730 jobs, $3.1 billion in annual payroll and $12.9 billion in total annual economic output.
View the full economic impact report, an infographic and a media kit that offers related economic impact resources.
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An airport emergency is an unexpected incident that triggers a real, perceived or possible threat to life, equipment, property, airport operations and/or the environment. In the event of an emergency, the Columbus Regional Airport Authority’s priorities will be safety of persons, protection of equipment and property.
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