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|Monday, February 22, 2010|
The total landings at Eugene Airport fell 9.7% from 2008 numbers, while the total number of passengers was down 5.9%.
But Airport Director Tim Doll says the airport still saw a good year compared to others of similar size.
Read the full story at The Register-Guard.
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