BOCC RECOGNIZES AIRPORT AWARD: Key West International Airport Named Commercial Service Airport of the Year
FLORIDA KEYS – The Monroe County Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) recognized Key West International Airport Executive Director Richard Strickland and his staff Wednesday for being named Commercial Service Airport of the Year by the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT).
The airport received the award at the Statewide Continuing Florida Aviation System Planning Process Steering Committee Meeting held in conjunction with the Florida Airports Council annual conference in July.
FDOT annually recognizes superior achievement by presenting awards in eight different aviation categories, with Key West International Airport being nominated for Commercial Service Airport of the Year.
Mayor Craig Cates congratulated Strickland both for the award and the ongoing Concourse A and terminal improvements project at the Key West airport.
“I’d like to thank the staff for their hard work,” Strickland said. “None of this could be done without them.
Under his direction, Key West International Airport is made up of the following employees:
Airport Security, MCSO
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