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Economic Impact Study of Colorado Airports

2013CO-AirportsFor the Colorado Department of Transportation, EDR Group, under subcontract to ICF SH&E, assessed the economic impact and community benefits for every airport within the State of Colorado. The study provides estimates of the local importance and regional economic impact of individual airports to their service areas, as well as the statewide economic dependence on, and role of aviation.

As this report shows, the economic impact that Colorado gains from its airports and their operation has increased since these benefits were first measured in 1998. Statewide and airport specific information contained in the 2013 Colorado Aviation Economic Impact Study can be used by the Colorado Department of Transportation and by all airport operators to demonstrate the significant value received from airports.

2013 Economic Impact Study of Colorado Airports

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