2006-6-26 Order Selecting Carrier

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Order 2006-6-26 is selecting Air Midwest for service at Grand Island and McCook, Nebraska, for two years, beginning when the carrier inaugurates full service, at a total annual subsidy of $2,296,462 for both communities. Grand Island will receive two nonstop round trips to Omaha each weekday and weekend (12 total round trips per week) and one nonstop round trip each weekday and weekend to Kansas City (6 total round trips per week); McCook will receive two one-stop round trips each weekday and weekend to Omaha (12 one-stop round trips per week); both Grand Island and McCook will be served with 19-passenger Beech 1900-D aircraft.

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Abstract: Order 2006-6-26 is selecting Air Midwest for service at Grand Island and McCook, Nebraska, for two years, beginning when the carrier inaugurates full service, at a total annual subsidy of $2,296,462 for both communities. Grand Island will receive two nonstop round trips to Omaha each weekday and weekend (12 total round trips per week) and one nonstop round trip each weekday and weekend to Kansas City (6 total round trips per week); McCook will receive two one-stop round trips each weekday and weekend to Omaha (12 one-stop round trips per week); both Grand Island and McCook will be served with 19-passenger Beech 1900-D aircraft.
 

 
 
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Due Jun 21 2006, at 11:59 PM ET
ID: DOT-OST-1997-3005-0041

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Date Posted: Jun 21, 2006
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Submitter Name: Michael Reynolds
Mailing Address: Acting Assistant Secretary for Aviation and International Affairs
Organization Name: U.S. DOT/OST/X-1

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