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Flying Together: Federal funding brings runway light, electrical system overhaul to Vancouver’s Pearson Field Airport

Study: Pearson Field raises $39.94 million in business revenue each year

By Sarah Wolf, Columbian staff writer
Published: July 9, 2024, 6:07am
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Planes taxi on the runway at Pearson Field on Monday morning. The airport has received $4 million in federal funding in the past five years, allowing for its near complete rehabilitation.
Planes taxi on the runway at Pearson Field on Monday morning. The airport has received $4 million in federal funding in the past five years, allowing for its near complete rehabilitation. (Photos by Amanda Cowan/The Columbian) Photo Gallery

Vancouver’s Pearson Field Airport has operated for more than a century. Over the past five years, Guy Lennon has worked to cement its future.

As the city of Vancouver’s airport manager since 2019, Lennon worked to revitalize Pearson. He plans to retire in August, having achieved everything he’d said he would when he first came on.

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