"I don't really see this as a problem for this airport and for what our strategic plans and goals are,” Dunn said. “Frankly we don't spend a lot of time around here thinking about it."
Quinn says the long-proposed airport would relieve congestion at O’Hare and Midway, but it could ignite the commerce along the Illiana corridor.
"For cargo, we cannot forget that this part of
Dunn sees the project as a boon to business in
"As long as they continue to support this airport, as long as the governor and the secretary of transportation continue to support our programs here, which we believe
they will. We're fine." Dunn said.
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