Airline Business and the San Diego airport are wrapping up Network2008 out here on the West Coast. Airports and airlines may be worried about mergers and acquisitions, but some airports are pushing ahead. They’re doing their homework and spadework to keep their routes profitable no matter who flies the route and no matter what livery and name are on the plane. Some airports such as Dayton, Ohio, and Hartford, Connecticut, have some upbeat reports. Go to Left Field for a report and some podcasts straight from the source.
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