Vermont Issues RFQ for FBO at Hartness and William Morse State Airports

The State of Vermont, acting through the Agency of Transportation (VTrans), is issuing a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) to perform the duties of Fixed Base Operator (FBO) at the William H. Morse State Airport (DDH), located in Bennington, Vermont and at the Hartness State Airport (VSF), located in Springfield, Vermont.

William H. Morse State Airport is situated on 100 acres in the Town of Bennington (population 15,737) in southeastern Bennington County (population 36,659), approximately three miles west of Downtown Bennington. DDH is located approximately 55 miles south of Rutland and 38 miles east of Albany, NY. The airport is located off State Route 9. Route 9 is an east-west connector between Hampshire to the east and New York to the west. Vermont Route 7, located east of the airport, provides north/south access through the town.

Hartness State Airport is situated on 192 acres in the Towns of Springfield (population 9,373) and Weathersfield (population 2,825) in eastern Windsor County (population 56,670), approximately five miles north of Downtown Springfield. VSF is located approximately 35 miles southeast of Rutland and 30 miles south of White River Junction and Lebanon, New Hampshire. The airport is located adjacent to State Routes 10 and 106 and is approximately 10 miles west of Interstate 91 that links New Haven and Hartford, Connecticut with Newport, Vermont and Montreal, Quebec (via Autoroute 55).

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