US regional Great Lakes Airlines, which ceased scheduled passenger flights operations March 26, did not provide the required advance notice of changes, according to the US Department of Transportation (DOT), which ordered the carrier to resume flights. As a result of the shutdown, DOT is moving quickly to replace Essential Air Service (EAS) flights that abruptly ceased to two Arizona cities following the shutdown. In a March 28 order, DOT said Great Lakes failed to provide 90-day notices ...

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