|Quoting A330323X (Reply 4):|
CBE does not qualify for EAS.
|Quoting SHUPirate1 (Reply 7):|
Correct me if I am wrong, but isn't the eligibility rule 70 miles, or have HMZ, MRB, WGO, PGC, JST, AOO, VVS, FRR, HGR, LBE, or MGW (the only commercial-certified airports within 70 miles of CBE, as the Beechcraft flies) suddenly reached medium or large-hub status?
|Quoting Halaka (Reply 6):|
HGR is about 1 1/2 hours from MDT. It's closer to IAD. And the drive isn't too bad if you bypass the beltway and take 15 south from Frederick.
|Quoting A330323X (Reply 10):|
CBE is not eligible for EAS because it did not have scheduled commercial air service at the time of deregulation in 1978.
|Quoting Tornado82 (Reply 11):|
Are there any stipulations with an EAS as far as if say you start making large amonts of profit and wanted to add more frequency on your own? Or say Air Midwest decided to go from there to CLT after making money going to PIT... or if while Air Midwest is running the PIT service Mesaba or someone decided to come in on their own? Is that all allowed?
|Quoting Cody (Reply 13):|
The CBE Airport authority is not looking to build commercial service at this time. Runway 23 will see a major overhaul soon. Expect an ILS approach....FINALLY......and taxiway work