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   Vol. 17 No. 11
Wednesday February 21, 2018

Wish We Had Said That

     “When you look at existing trans-Atlantic routes, there is an absolute void in the middle of the United States,” said Justin Meyer, Deputy Director of Aviation - Marketing and Air Service Development Kansas City Aviation Department.
      We have felt that way about Kansas City for a long time—with the exception of its wonderful jazz, outdoor drive-in movies, and Cluster Truck hamburgers.
      But now Icelandair is launching MCI’s first scheduled air service across the Atlantic since the airport opened in 1972. The launch—a seasonal thrice- weekly B757 service into MCI starting May 25—will “provide direct access to Europe to all of America’s heartland,” Meyer enthuses.
      Just have to see if “America’s heartland” can fill those 183 seats, thrice weekly…


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