Two companies bid for Delta air service contract
Published: November 7,2011
GREENVILLE — Two companies have submitted bids to provide service to Greenville Mid-Delta Airport under the federal Essential Air Service program.
St. Louis-based Multi-Aero Inc., which operates as Air Choice One, and SeaPort Airlines Inc., headquartered in Portland, Ore., are both interested in the market, according to the Delta Democrat Times. Both have submitted proposals and are scheduled to make presentations this week.
In April, Delta Air Lines gave Greenville Mid-Delta Airport a 90-day termination of services notice. The U.S. Department of Transportation granted the airport three extensions to accept proposals for its EAS subsidy.
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