Issues at Aberdeen airport concern officials

2013-02-08T09:25:00Z 2013-11-18T16:53:52Z Issues at Aberdeen airport concern officialsThe Associated Press The Associated Press
February 08, 2013 9:25 am  • 

ABERDEEN | Aberdeen Airport Board member Steve Kaiser says he's worried recent canceled flights might give the impression the city has a "two-bit airport."

Several flights were canceled earlier this week because a de-icing truck broke down. Another truck had to be brought from Omaha, Neb., resulting in days of delays. The American News reports (http://bit.ly/UKiaGG) City Transportation Director Mike Wilson estimates several hundred travelers were affected before normal operations resumed Wednesday.

Wilson says Delta officials will be working on a plan in case a similar scenario occurs.

Northern State University President Jim Smith says the city also needs more than one airline with two jet flights a day. Wilson says more seats are available on those two flights than there were on the three turboprop flights the city used to have.

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