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Businesses at Dillingham Airfield hold out hope for a flying future

  • STAR-ADVERTISER
                                <strong>“We continue our discussions with all stakeholders and aim to find the solution that is best for the state and our community.”</strong>
                                <strong>Linda Chu Takayama</strong>
                                <em>Governor’s chief of staff, on the state’s long-term lease with the Army</em>

    STAR-ADVERTISER

    “We continue our discussions with all stakeholders and aim to find the solution that is best for the state and our community.”

    Linda Chu Takayama

    Governor’s chief of staff, on the state’s long-term lease with the Army

  • DENNIS ODA / 2018
                                Skydive Hawaii operated out of Dillingham Airfield. Maintenance of the airfield costs $1 million a year, according to the state Department of Transportation.

    DENNIS ODA / 2018

    Skydive Hawaii operated out of Dillingham Airfield. Maintenance of the airfield costs $1 million a year, according to the state Department of Transportation.

Dillingham Airfield tenants are hoping a white knight will step forward to prevent the North Shore airport from shutting down civilian operations June 30. Read more

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