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PE, PENN-AIRWAYS TO HOST REOPENING OF POTTSTOWN-LIMERICK AIRPORT

 PE, PENN-AIRWAYS TO HOST REOPENING OF POTTSTOWN-LIMERICK AIRPORT
 What: Official Airport Reopening Ceremony
 When: Friday, Dec. 13 -- 9:15 a.m. reception; brief program and
 tour begins at 10 a.m.
 Where: 3310 W. Ridge Pike, Limerick Township, Pa., approximately
 two miles from Sanatoga exit of Rt. 422 expressway
 Who: PE, Penn-Airways/Keystone Helicopter Inc., FAA, PennDOT
 executives, local busines and municipal officials, airport
 major customers and tenants
 Details:
 From a small grassy landing field years ago, Pottstown-Limerick Airport is now the largest airport between Philadelphia International Airport and Reading Municipal Airport and a designated reliever airport for Philadelphia International. Owned by Philadelphia Electric Company (NYSE: PE) and operated by Penn Airways, the airport has grown with the tri-county region it serves. Most recently, $6 million of safety, environmental and aesthetic improvements have been completed, including the construction of a new runway, taxiway, and lighting.
 CONTACT: Michael Wood of Philadelphia Electric, 215-841-4125.
 -0- 12/10/91 R
 (PE) CO: Philadelphia Electric Company; Penn-Airways/Keystone Helicopter
 Inc. ST: Pennsylvania IN: AIR SU:


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