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Seaport Airlines picked for Great Bend

The United States Department of Transportation Monday afternoon issued the order selecting Portland, Ore.,-based Seaport Airlines to provide commercial air service to the Great Bend Municipal Airport, Airport Manager Martin Miller said.
The Essential Air Service contract is for a two-year period and under the deal, Seaport will provide 18 round-trip flights per week. Schedules will be coordinated between the city and the airline, with two daily flights to Wichita and one daily trip to Kansas City on weekdays. Three flights are also planned on the weekend, but the schedules have yet to be determined.
Miller met with Seaport ...

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