If Warwick’s T.F. Green Airport gets a new name, what should it be?

NAME CHANGE? T.F. Green Airport operators say declining passenger traffic is partially due to lack of familiarity with the airport outside the local area. They’d like to see a name change but state lawmakers have been unable to agree on what that should be. / PBN PHOTO/MIKE SKORSKI
RHODE ISLAND'S largest airport has a new name: R.I. T.F. Green International Airport./ PBN FILE PHOTO/MIKE SKORSKI

A significant dip in passenger traffic at T.F. Green Airport is sure to have operators again calling on state lawmakers to approve a name change for the Warwick facility. They claim a lack of name recognition outside the local area is one reason for the dip.

State lawmakers, however, have been unable to agree in recent years, with the House approving one name and the Senate another.

While a name change alone is unlikely to bring a return of 2018’s growth in passenger traffic, those who market the state’s largest airport believe it will help.

If you agree, should the airport align itself more with Providence or the entire state?

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If Warwick’s T.F. Green Airport gets a new name, what should it be?

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