The discussion of airport challenges that began at a San Jose City Council study session Monday was sobering. There's no obvious remedy for the falloff in business that has resulted from shifts in travel patterns and the economic sinkhole of this recession. The airport doesn't and shouldn't get subsidies from the city. It has to make the bond payments for its badly needed, nearly complete $1.3 billion renovation and keep operating.
San Jose's Airport has to Run Like a Business (Editorial)