99-4-7 Order Selecting Air Carrier and Approving Alternate Service Pattern
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Order 99-4-7 approves Great Lakes Aviation, Ltd., d/b/a United Express's proposed alternate service pattern, by changing the hub to which service is subsidized for Norfolk, Nebraska, and Yankton, South Dakota, from Minneapolis to Denver. The order also selects Great Lakes to provide subsidized service at Fairmont, Minnesota, Brookings and Yankton, South Dakota, Devils Lake and Jamestown, North Dakota, and Norfolk, Nebraska, for a new two-year rate period at a total combined subsidy rate of $3,915,196 a year, effective on the date the carrier inaugurates the level of service described in Appendix B to this order, through April 30, 2001, and sets a final combined annual subsidy rate of $3,915,196 for Great Lakes' provision of subsidized essential air service (EAS) at six communities.
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Due Apr 12 1999, at 11:59 PM ET
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Date Posted: Apr 12, 1999
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