GRAND RAPIDS (WKZO) -- The Federal Aviation Administration says the Gerald R. Ford International Airport didn't break any laws in approving a private air center. The "Grand Rapids Press" reports a complaint had been filed over the 6.8-million dollar project by Northern Air and Grand Rapids Air Center. The FAA said the two failed to prove the airport broke the law by allowing a variance from the facility's master plan to allow the construction.
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