It appears that business at the Jackson Hole Airport last month was better than first reported. An error in the report to the airport board from one of the airlines was corrected indicating both arrivals and departures were more numerous than first thought. Those catching flights out of the valley numbered nine percent more than during June, 2012 while those arriving numbers one percent more from the same month last year. That means the numbers are slightly higher than ridership seen in 2011. Currently, the valley is served by six commercial airlines with flights to six major cities around the country. Those destinations are to increase to 11 in time for the winter season.