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Great Lakes ends airline service to Iowa cities today

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Great Lakes ends airline service to Iowa cities today

By Radio Iowa Contributor Great Lakes Airlines is suspending its passenger service to several midwestern cities today, including two Iowa communities, Fort Dodge and Mason City. Rhonda Chambers, director of the Fort Dodge Regional Airport, says there’s a lot of paperwork involved in finding a replacement airline. Chambers says, “We’re working with the U.S. Department of Transportation trying to […]

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