International ski charters capable of bringing in millions

Sanders, Bob
August 1997
New Hampshire Business Review;08/01/97, Vol. 19 Issue 17, p1
Focuses on the optimism of Pease International Tradeport officials for international charter planes to fly into Manchester Airport, New Hampshire by the end of 1997. Contribution of charters to the tourism industry; Potential for tour companies to sell ski packages for less than $700; Estimated number of yearly visitors if the state could attract one charter flight a week.


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