TRENTON - Commuters who use the Trenton-Mercer Airport may no longer enjoy free parking at the local airfield.
A plan, which will go before a public hearing Thursday night, would charge drivers $2 an hour for short-term parking, and between $4 and $10 a day.
Parking is currently free at the airport, but many people who spoke to News 12 New Jersey were surprised to learn there were commercial flights available there.
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Frontier Airlines, the airport's only commercial carrier, is currently providing flights as the runway is expanded and renovations are performed to the terminal and parking lots.