(MyFoxBoston.com) – Four administrators at Worcester Airport are making more than $100,000 a year, even though the airport terminal is virtually empty, according to the Boston Herald.
FOX Undercover first revealed Worcester airport was deserted back in 2008.
That's when the city of Worcester still owned the airport, with Massport spending millions of dollars to operate it.
Back then, officials were hopeful about the airport's future because Direct Air was moving into the airport.
But that airline has since pulled out and there are no commercial flights through Worcester.
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