2004-7-5 Order Selecting Carriers and Setting Subsidy Rates

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Order 2004-7-5, the Department selects Great Lakes Aviation, Ltd. (Great Lakes) to continue providing subsidized essential air service at Pierre, and Air Midwest to provide subsidized essential air service at Brookings and Huron, for a two-year period. Great Lakes' service at Pierre is to consist of 12 weekly nonstop round trips to Denver with 19-seat Beech 1900-D aircraft, at an annual subsidy of $449,912. Air Midwest's service at Brookings and Huron is to consist of 12 weekly flights routed Huron-Brookings-Omaha-Brookings-Huron, with 19-seat Beech 1900-D aircraft, at an annual subsidy of $2,078,727.

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Abstract: Order 2004-7-5, the Department selects Great Lakes Aviation, Ltd. (Great Lakes) to continue providing subsidized essential air service at Pierre, and Air Midwest to provide subsidized essential air service at Brookings and Huron, for a two-year period. Great Lakes' service at Pierre is to consist of 12 weekly nonstop round trips to Denver with 19-seat Beech 1900-D aircraft, at an annual subsidy of $449,912. Air Midwest's service at Brookings and Huron is to consist of 12 weekly flights routed Huron-Brookings-Omaha-Brookings-Huron, with 19-seat Beech 1900-D aircraft, at an annual subsidy of $2,078,727.
 

 
 
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Due Jul 6 2004, at 11:59 PM ET
ID: DOT-OST-1997-2785-0043

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Date Posted: Jul 6, 2004
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Submitter Name: Michael Reynolds
Organization Name: U.S. DOT/OST/X-1

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