A bonding authority that oversees Connecticut’s six state-owned airports, including the flagship Bradley International Airport in Windsor Locks, is up and running.

Gov. Dannel Malloy on June 30 signed legislation authorizing the Connecticut Airport Authority to collect revenue generated from the facilities, and have the power to issue new bonds and notes and refinance debt. The transfer of oversight from the state Department of Transportation took effect July 1.

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