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Silver Airways agrees to cut back flights in Tupelo

silverairways_853862947Silver Airways has agreed to reduce the number of roundtrip flights between Greenville, Tupelo and Atlanta, as requested by the mayors and airport officials of the Mississippi cities a couple of weeks ago. silverairwayslogo

The new schedule will begin March 3, but details are still being worked out. Tupelo Regional Airport executive director Josh Abramson said he’s getting more details on Thursday, when he meets with the Fort Lauderdale, Fla.-based regional airline.

Tupelo’s and Greenville’s mayors had written a letter to Silver last month requesting the airline reduce the number of roundtrip flights in order to improve service.



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