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McHugh: Big Sky gives airline subsidies black eye

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Federal officials have issued an emergency order designed to compel Big Sky airlines to keep flying in the North Country until a replacement airline is found. The US Department of Transportation issued the order late last week, requiring Big Sky to continue operations for at least 90 days. Big Sky officials say they hope to shut down on January 7th. Todd Moe has more.

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Brian Mann
Adirondack Bureau Chief

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