Airport poised for rebound
Numbers at Tunica Airport for the first half of 2011 are down about 46 percent from 2010, but airport director Cliff Nash is hoping for a rebound in the final half of the year, as Vision Airlines brings eight commercial flights each week into the facility.
“AirTran’s scheduled service ended May 2, and that left a void,” Nash said last week in an address to Tunica Rotary Club. “We were disappointed that AirTran elected not to stay.”
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