After spending $1 million over the past year in an airline incentive program that offered a 75% reduction in landing fees at Myrtle Beach Airport, officials decided to extend it through mid-2010 in an effort to protect the current domestic air service program. The fee structure will continue for a nine-month period starting in September. "Myrtle Beach has been very fortunate to gain new air service from two airlines this year. The airport, Chamber [of Commerce] and Golf Holiday, working as a ...

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