98-5-19 Order Prohibiting Suspension of Service and Requesting Proposals for Replacement Service

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Order 98-5-19, prohibits Great Lakes Aviation, Ltd. , d/b/a United Express (Great Lakes), from suspending service at Fairmont, Minnesota, Norfolk, Nebraska, and Yankton, South Dakota, at the end of its 90-day notice period, and requires it to maintain service through July 24, 1998; requests proposals from interested carriers to provide replacement service at these three communities; and at three additional communities Great Lakes serves to Minneapolis/St. Paul - Devils Lake and Jamestown, North Dakota, and Brookings, South Dakota.
Proposals requested by June 8, 1998.

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98-5-19 Order Prohibiting Suspension of Service and Requesting Proposals for Replacement Service

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Abstract: Order 98-5-19, prohibits Great Lakes Aviation, Ltd. , d/b/a United Express (Great Lakes), from suspending service at Fairmont, Minnesota, Norfolk, Nebraska, and Yankton, South Dakota, at the end of its 90-day notice period, and requires it to maintain service through July 24, 1998; requests proposals from interested carriers to provide replacement service at these three communities; and at three additional communities Great Lakes serves to Minneapolis/St. Paul - Devils Lake and Jamestown, North Dakota, and Brookings, South Dakota. Proposals requested by June 8, 1998.
 

 
 
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Due May 14 1998, at 11:59 PM ET
ID: DOT-OST-1998-3704-0002

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Date Posted: May 12, 1998
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