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Old 07-18-2013, 03:09 PM
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Atlanta to Fargo service begins in December.

Fargo and North Dakota Airports Grow as Domestic Flying Shrinks - TheStreet

"This (effort) started five years ago," said Shawn Dobberstein, executive director of Hector International. "Atlanta has been our No. 1 requested destination, because Delta passengers who traveled to the Caribbean, the Southeast, and Central or South America, for a cruise or vacation, couldn't get back here on Saturday" due to the lack of late-day connections. Delta's 43% market share is the biggest at the airport, reflecting the predominance of passengers who connect through the carrier's Minneapolis hub.
Fargo recently got Dallas service, now Atlanta. Pursuing Seattle service.
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