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|Tuesday, March 16, 2010|
With SeaPort Airlines' recent marketing attempts failing to attract many passengers for its Portland-Astoria flights, the airline is making changes to cut costs.
SeaPort has changed its flight schedule and downgraded to a cheaper-to-operate aircraft.
Read the full story at The Daily Astorian.
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