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Air Transportation Leaders Meet In Jackson

September 13, 2013 Jackson Hole, State of Wyoming, Town of Jackson No Comments
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The Wyoming Aeronautics Commission has announced it will attend the annual Wyoming Airport Operators’ Association meeting beginning tomorrow in Jackson, prior to conducting its quarterly meeting.  Topics to be addressed by the Operators Association will include a review of the engineering and construction programs around the state and the release of a statewide economic impact study regarding Wyoming air service.  Kari Cooper of Jackson Hole Air Improvement Resources is to share some of the history and successes of Jackson Hole Air which underwrites commercial air schedules to Jackson Hole to assure comprehensive service through peak travel seasons.  The Wyoming Airport Operators Association works on behalf of airports in the state on a variety of issues and provides a unified voice for airport operators to state and federal agencies and commercial operations. The Commission will then meet to address state issues following the conference Tuesday.

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