Airline to continue service at local airport

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WEST JACKSON — The executive director of McKellar-Sipes Regional Airport has said the airport received word Friday that SeaPort Airlines is staying. Steve Smith said the airport received a two-year waiver for its essential air service subsidy from the federal government. That means it will not be re-evaluated until October of 2016. Monday was set to be the last day of air service for SeaPort at McKellar-Sipes.

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