Takeoff Is Smooth For Jet Service

Sanchez, Mark
July 2004
Grand Rapids Business Journal;7/19/2004, Vol. 22 Issue 30, p3
Reports on the renewal of jet service at Muskegon County Airport in Michigan in June 2004. Percentage of airline occupancy rate generated by Northwest Airlines; Remarks from airport manager Marty Piette on the jet service provided by the airlines; Approval of Northwest Airlines to use the Canadair Regional Jets for its morning daily flight to Detroit.


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