Pennsylvania’s DuBois Regional Airport has cut jobs and trimmed work weeks to 35 hours for the remaining staff.
The airport’s part-time marketing director was let go, and a fill-time maintenance worker was laid off. Management hopes to bring back both workers when conditions improve.
The nine remaining employees will work limited hours until at least October.
DuBois Regional Airport, formerly known as DuBois-Jefferson County Airport, is a public airport located on State Route 830 between DuBois in Clearfield County and Brookville in Jefferson County, Pennsylvania. Owned and operated by the Clearfield-Jefferson Counties Regional Airport Authority, the airport covers 399 acres and has one runway. It is mostly used for general aviation but is also served by one commercial airline.Regional Airport Cuts Jobs by Harrison Barnes