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Wednesday, January 04, 2012

Portland-based SeaPort Airlines will drop its namesake Portland-Seattle route this month.

"Changes to our overall business model, including a shift in our fleet strategy, necessitate the need to end Seattle service," the airline’s president Rob McKinney said in a written statement.
SeaPort dropped its Newport and Salem routes in July and ended its Astoria route in March.
The company will add a North Bend route on Jan. 15 and Jackson, Tenn. and Nashville, Tenn. flights on Jan. 22. In March, it will start flying to two more Washington cities: Yakima and Wenatchee.

Read more at OregonLive.com.

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