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Regional Airline Seeks To Drop Routes, Citing Pilot Shortage
September 02, 2015
LOS ANGELES—A small regional airline is blaming a pilot shortage as it seeks to cancel two Essential Air Service (EAS) routes mid-contract. SeaPort Airlines has informed the U.S. Transportation Department (DOT) that it can no longer fly from Tupelo, Mississippi and Muscle Shoals, Alabama. “This is a...
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