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SeaPort Airlines seeks to leave Greenville

GREENVILLE — SeaPort Airlines is seeking federal approval to end service between Greenville and Memphis within three months. Portland, Oregon-based SeaPort in late October was awarded a federally subsidized Essential Air Service contract to restore passenger flights to and from Greenville, and the regional airline was cleared to begin service Jan. 12. While the first flight took off March 16, ...

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Air service to resume in Greenville

SeaPort Airlines will offer 18 flights a week between Greenville and Memphis starting Jan. 12, the Portland, Ore.-based carrier announced earlier this month. Greenville has been without scheduled commercial flights since Sept. 30, when Silver Airways stopped its service due to Greenville’s Mid-Delta Airport’s loss of a federal subsidy. SeaPort is offering a special fare of $39 from Greenville through ...

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DOT okays SeaPort Airlines' service between Greenville and Memphis

GREENVILLE — The U.S. Department of Transportation has approved Oregon-based SeaPort Airlines to offer service between Greenville and Memphis, Tennessee. The Delta Democrat-Times reports the airline hopes to start flying by Thanksgiving. SeaPort replaces Silver Airways, which announced it was ending service to four Mississippi cities. It departed Greenville for the last time on Sept. 30. SeaPort began service in ...

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Silver Airways must continue to offer service to airports

AROUND MISSISSIPPI — The U.S. Department of Transportation has directed Silver Airways to continue passenger service in four Mississippi cities and one in Alabama through Sept. 5. Government officials say they need more time to review proposals for new subsidized air service in Tupelo, Greenville, Hattiesburg/Laurel, Meridian and Muscle Shoals, Alabama. The order extended for 30 days an earlier order ...

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