SARAA Provides First-ever Regional Effort to Guide Airports Serving Central PA
The Susquehanna Area Regional Airport Authority (SARAA) is a multi-municipal authority whose mission is to serve the region by providing high quality, efficient airports and promoting regional economic development. SARAA was incorporated in 1997 to manage and oversee the economic development of Harrisburg International Airport and Capital City Airport. SARAA board members are volunteer community leaders appointed by the elected officials from the counties of Cumberland, Dauphin and York, the cities of Harrisburg and York, and the townships of Fairview and Lower Swatara. On July 29th, 2004, SARAA acquired the Chambersburg Municipal Airport and renamed it the Franklin County Regional Airport and on August 25th, 2006, SARAA acquired the Gettysburg Travel Center and renamed it the Gettysburg Regional Airport.