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Economy / Airlines & Airports / Dubuque, Iowa #727316

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Apr 27, 2003
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(Studio: Carole Simpson) Report introduced.

(Dubuque, Iowa: Barbara Pinto) The impact of the airlines industry's financial problems on the nation's airports, such as that in Dubuque, Iowa, examined; details given of the importance of air service in attracting & maintaining businesses. [Dubuque Regional Airport manager Andrew PERRY†- cites the loss of flights.] [Mayor Terry DUGGAN†- says air links to regional cities are essential.] [CarteGraph Systems president Scott TAYLOR†- cites the importance of the competitive environment among Dubuque's airlines.] [Traveler Bon PENVOSE†- comments on options.]

Simpson, Carole;
Pinto, Barbara

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