2011-1-6 Order Selecting Carrier, Establishing Subsidy Rates and Requesting Proposals

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By this order, the Department is selecting Hyannis Air Service, Inc. d/b/a Cape Air (Cape Air), to continue providing subsidized essential air service (EAS) at Massena (for two years), at the
annual subsidy rate of $1,708,911, and at Ogdensburg (for four years), at the annual subsidy rate
of $1,702,697, beginning when the carrier inaugurates the new service pattern.1 Also, by this
order, we are requesting proposals, by February 9, from carriers interested in providing EAS at Watertown, with or without subsidy, for a new rate term. (See Appendix A for a map of the service area.)

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Abstract: By this order, the Department is selecting Hyannis Air Service, Inc. d/b/a Cape Air (Cape Air), to continue providing subsidized essential air service (EAS) at Massena (for two years), at the annual subsidy rate of $1,708,911, and at Ogdensburg (for four years), at the annual subsidy rate of $1,702,697, beginning when the carrier inaugurates the new service pattern.1 Also, by this order, we are requesting proposals, by February 9, from carriers interested in providing EAS at Watertown, with or without subsidy, for a new rate term. (See Appendix A for a map of the service area.)
 

 
 
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ID: DOT-OST-1997-2842-0192

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Date Posted: Jan 7, 2011
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Submitter Name: Susan Kurland
Mailing Address: Assistant Secretary for Aviation and International Affairs
Country: United States

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