Confronted with changes in industry economics and what seems to be the inevitable demise of small, and possibly larger, regional jets, governments and small communities in the U.S. may soon face tough choices over the future of scheduled service at small regional airports. “I think we’re coming to a tipping point where we’re going to have to decide what the real needs are,” Kelly Johnson, airport director for the Northwest Arkansas Regional Airport, said at the recent FAA Aviation ...

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