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Air service coming back in Tupelo

TUPELO, Miss.- Commercial air service is coming back to Tupelo in March of 2016. 

The city has been without an air carrier since October when SeaPort abruptly ended its service there due to continued complaints, reports the Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal.

The U.S. Department of Transportation has chosen Corporate Flight Management to provide the service from Tupelo to Nashville. They will have 30 nonstop round trips per week.

CFM will be paid through the Federal Essential Air Service program starting in February of next year. they will receive $4,292,405 a year.

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