I.F. Airport To Determine Need For Service To Boise
By Lenny Smith, Local News 8 Digital Content Director
POSTED: 10:33 am MDT August 4, 2010UPDATED: 11:14 am MDT August 4, 2010 IDAHO FALLS, Idaho — The Idaho Falls Regional Airport wants to see what kind of demand there is for a non-stop flight to Boise.When Horizon Air stops service at the airport on Aug. 22, the only air option to the capital city will go with it.Sixel Consulting Group is conducting the survey as a step in the process to determine if there is enough travel between the two cities to bring-in another carrier to resume service on that route.Anyone who flies to Boise or makes a connecting flight through it will be affected by the loss of service; that’s about 25,000 passengers a year.The City of Idaho Falls is paying the Sixel Consulting Group about $30,000 to research, conduct surveys and find a new carrier.The survey is open to anyone, and can be reached by clicking here.
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