Smaller airports see cuts in airline service, study shows

05/9/2013 | National Public Radio

A study by MIT's International Center for Air Transportation showed that smaller airports have been hit harder by cuts in air service. "The nation's small- and medium-sized airports have been disproportionally affected by these reductions in service," the report said.

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