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Mercer County Airport (BLF) is a public airport situated about three miles from the business district of Bluefield, West Virginia, United States. The airport is categorized as a general aviation airport and is not served by any commercial airline since 2007. Commercial operation was ceased because of the violation of the federal law which does not allow a subsidy of more than $200 per passenger for communities that are located within 200 miles of the nearest medium hub airport, which in this case was the Charlotte/Douglas International Airport. Colgan Air and Appalachian Airlines are some of the airlines that served the airport in the past.
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