Airport officials in Jamestown are looking to increase the facility's market share after boardings dropped in January.
JAMESTOWN, N.D. (AP) - Airport officials in Jamestown are looking to increase the facility's market share after boardings dropped in January.
Boardings from Jamestown Regional Airport fell to 224 in January after reaching 300 in December.
Jamestown Mayor Katie Andersen suggests a larger-scale marketing campaign promoting flying out of the Jamestown airport.
Andersen, a Jamestown Regional Airport Authority member, says the authority should keep plugging away at the things it is doing, but there may need to be something more substantial to get back the market that was lost.
The authority discussed its contract with air service provider Great Lakes Aviation this week.
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