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City considers changing commuter air service provider

Great Bend could be seeing different flight service if details are worked out.
This week the Great Bend City Council approved setting SeaPort as its air service provider under the Essential Air Service program.
The city’s current provider, Great Lakes, would be the secondary choice, in case the SeaPort arrangement doesn’t go through, it was added.
Airport Manager Martin Miller explained that the Department of Transportation forwarded offers from five carriers for the community.
It was noted that every two years, the DoT seeks proposals for EAS routes.
Generally, Great Bend, Dodge City, Garden City, Hays and Liberal ...

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