Sec. 3. The governing body of any political subdivision of Indiana may acquire, establish,
construct, own, control, lease, equip, improve, maintain, and operate airports, landing
fields, or other air navigation facilities in an adjoining state if the statutes of
the adjoining state permit that action, subject to statutes, rules, and regulations
of the adjoining state applicable to its own political subdivisions in aeronautical
projects, but subject to Indiana law in matters relating to the financing of such
projects. The aeronautics commission of Indiana must approve the acquisition and establishment
of an airport or landing field in an adjoining state before the acquisition or establishment.
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