McKinney National Airport relying less on city tax dollars as revenue soars

 

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(Cassidy Ritter/Community Impact Newspaper)

As usage continues to grow, McKinney National Airport is relying less and less on city funds, despite major financial investments at the airport, including land purchase and the construction of a new terminal.

After voters in 2015 turned down a $50 million bond proposition to fund the airport, city officials have found others ways to continue airport expansion, including using property tax and sales tax dollars, and generating revenue from fuel sales in addition to hangar and office leases. The city is now also venturing into a public-private partnership.

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