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Quincy has three bids for Air Service

Quincy has three bids for Air Service

1 month ago by Scott Hardy

Aeronautics Committee to hold Town Hall Tuesday afternoon

The City of Quincy says that three bids have been submitted by airlines who want to provide flights at Quincy Regional Airport.

The City said Wednesday that the three airlines, including current service provider Cape Air, have submitted bids to the United States Department of Transportation for their Essential Air Service program for Quincy. The other two are Boutique Air and Air Choice One. All three proposals include flights to both St. Louis and O'Hare International Airport in Chicago. Boutique Air's proposal also includes flights to both Nashville and Minneapolis-St. Paul, via Chicago. The City Council's Aeronautics Committee will host a town hall meeting next Tuesday afternoon at 4:30 at City Hall. Each airline will present their proposals and answer questions from the public and City officials. The Aeronautics Committee will then vote on their choice when they meet June 2nd. That choice will then be submitted to the DOT by June 11th.

A chart breaking down the three proposals is available below.

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