Money Guarantee Will Keep Planes Flying To Jackson

JACKSON, Wyo. (AP) - More than 200 groups have contributed money as part of a revenue guarantee program to keep airlines flying into Jackson during the winter. Jackson Hole Air Improvement Resources President Mike Gierau says about $1.2 million has been contributed to keep American Airlines, Delta Airlines and United Airlines flying into the valley from hubs such as Chicago, Dallas-Fort Worth, Atlanta, Los Angeles
and Minneapolis.Gierau says making sure the visitors can get to the region in the winter should increase demand for future flights.

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