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          9/30/2003

New Loading Bridges added at ACY

The Airport adds two new loading bridges at Gates 2 and 5. In November, the SJTA exercises its contractual option to assume control of airport parking and plans to build a parking garage. Passenger traffic rises on scheduled airlines by 17.2 percent year over year. Total count tops 1 million, the second largest number in ACY history. The Airport adds two new loading bridges at Gates 2 and 5. In November, the SJTA exercises its contractual option to assume control of airport parking and plans to build a parking garage. Passenger traffic rises on scheduled airlines by 17.2 percent year over year. Total count tops 1 million, the second largest number in ACY history.

The Airport adds two new loading bridges at Gates 2 and 5. In November, the SJTA exercises its contractual option to assume control of airport parking and plans to build a parking garage. Passenger traffic rises on scheduled airlines by 17.2 percent year over year. Total count tops 1 million, the second largest number in ACY history. The Airport adds two new loading bridges at Gates 2 and 5. In November, the SJTA exercises its contractual option to assume control of airport parking and plans to build a parking garage. Passenger traffic rises on scheduled airlines by 17.2 percent year over year. Total count tops 1 million, the second largest number in ACY history. The Airport adds two new loading bridges at Gates 2 and 5. In November, the SJTA exercises its contractual option to assume control of airport parking and plans to build a parking garage. Passenger traffic rises on scheduled airlines by 17.2 percent year over year. Total count tops 1 million, the second largest number in ACY history. The Airport adds two new loading bridges at Gates 2 and 5. In November, the SJTA exercises its contractual option to assume control of airport parking and plans to build a parking garage. Passenger traffic rises on scheduled airlines by 17.2 percent year over year. Total count tops 1 million, the second largest number in ACY history.

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