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Campbell County opts to continue air service subsidy

May 24, 2013 The Associated Press

GILLETTE -- The Campbell County commissioners have agreed to help subsidize air service from Gillette to Salt Lake City and Denver for another year starting July 1.

The exact amount isn't yet known because it's calculated quarterly and billed retroactively.

It's expected to be about $1.2 million for a year.

Commissioners say they will use the next six months to a year to review options for financing the service.

Utah-based SkyWest provides the service. The company currently gets a total annual subsidy of $1.7 million a year for the Gillette service, with the state paying about two-thirds.

SkyWest wants to increase that by $750,000.

The county also will ask the city of Gillette to help.

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Campbell County and the City of Gillette combine to pay more than $1 million annually to assure continuing air service from SkyWest Airlines to both Denver and Salt Lake City. File photo

Campbell County and the City of Gillette combine to pay more than $1 million annually to assure continuing air service from SkyWest Airlines to both Denver and Salt Lake City. File photo


Campbell County and the City of Gillette combine to pay more than $1 million annually to assure continuing air service from SkyWest Airlines to both Denver and Salt Lake City. File photo

Campbell County and the City of Gillette combine to pay more than $1 million annually to assure continuing air service from SkyWest Airlines to both Denver and Salt Lake City. File photo

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