During a Friday afternoon board of directors meeting for the Connecticut Airport Authority (CAA), which oversees Bradley, CAA Executive Director Kevin Dillon touted an element of the legislation that provides $10 billion to airports, $7.4 billion of which has few strings attached. Bradley has seen a significant dropoff in passenger traffic amid the COVID-19 crisis — as much as a 90% decrease on some days. Dillon told board members Friday that the airport’s numbers aren’t unique. But non-essential capital projects at Bradley have been put on-hold, Dillon told CAA board members Friday. “Some projects will continue on, because they’re required for regulatory purposes, or safety and security,” Dillon said. “Others we will partially defer… and then other projects have outright been discontinued for the time being.” It was not immediately clear if that includes the airport’s $210-million ground transportation center project, which broke ground last July.