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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Planning for the last attack doesn't make Americans safer
Topic - Charles Howell
Great Lake Airlines will be ending Minneapolis flights from Fort Dodge, the only commercial airline service available at the north-central Iowa airport.
Federal Transportation Department officials have agreed to announce Essential Air Service contracts for North Dakota communities this week, and to possibly speed up transitions for Devils Lake and Jamestown, where air service is threatened, U.S. Sens. John Hoeven and Heidi Heitkamp say.
Great Lake Airlines is ending service to Mason City, leaving the northern Iowa airport without commercial air service.
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"Due to the unintended consequences of the new congressionally mandated pilot regulatory requirements, the company feels it is in the best interest of our customers, communities and employees to suspend service until we are able to rebuild our staff of pilots in order to provide reliable service," Great Lakes CEO Charles Howell said in a statement.