TAG: Air Service Task Force

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Miranda-Freer column: Improved air service helps local economy take off

From the day when Missoula Economic Partnership formally launched in 2011, one of our key strategic initiatives has been to […]

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Frontier Airlines Announces Service Between Denver and Missoula

February 24, 2014 — Missoula, Mont. — Frontier Airlines today announced it will add nonstop service from its primary hub […]

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Partnership reports to City Council on opportunities and progress

On Wednesday, July 10, Missoula Economic Partnership CEO James Grunke and Director of Business Development Brigitta Miranda-Freer went before the […]

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Delta adds service to Atlanta at Missoula International Airport

Delta Airlines has announced it will begin seasonal direct service between Missoula International Airport and Atlanta in summer 2013. Missoula […]

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Missoula makes short list for new Frontier air service

Frontier’s low-cost air service has the potential to significantly reduce costs for business travelers flying to or from Missoula. That’s […]

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Missoula International Airport breaks another record

Missoula International Airport broke another passenger record, this time with its highest-ever number of September passengers. Missoulian / Missoula International Airport […]

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Missoula airport sees record passenger count in July

The month of July 2012 was the busiest ever at Missoula International Airport, according to officials. The 37,885 passengers who boarded […]

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Bozeman airport’s success serves as a model for MSO

As the Missoula International Airport seeks to grow its daily service and expand direct flight opportunities, it has looked to […]

Economic development is happening now

July 2012: One year ago, a broad consortium of local business leaders launched the Missoula Economic Partnership with four clear goals: […]

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Grunke column: Missoula has the ingredients for economic success

In the movie version of A River Runs Through It, Norman suggests that Paul should follow him to Chicago. To […]

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