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Wed December 31, 2003
No Airline Deal for Cody Yet
Cody, Wy – United Airlines' financial troubles have made it doubtful that an air-service agreement for Yellowstone Regional Airport in Cody will be secured in the near future.
State Senator Hank Coe is chairman of the Cody Yellowstone Air Service Organization. He says the airline is too busy with other issues right now, but he will be ready when United does get around to Cody.
Coe originally expected an agreement to be finalized in November. Then he thought a deal would be wrapped up by the end of December.
Despite the delay, Coe says he has kept in touch with the Wyoming Business Council and local leaders about securing a revenue guarantee for United.