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|Thursday, March 03, 2011|
Seaport Airlines will stop scheduled flights between Astoria and Portland this month, with the last flight on March 12.
Despite recent efforts to keep the service, not enough interest remained in the short flights to keep them fiscally viable.
Read more at the Daily Astorian.
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