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Lebanon Airport Hoping to Reach 10,000 Passengers For 2013

The Lebanon Airport is racing to reach 10,000 passengers for 2013.
LEBANON, N.H. - The Lebanon Airport is racing to reach 10,000 passengers for 2013.

A press release says they have installed a banner that illustrates their ridership goal on the fence around Colburn Park.

In 2014, Lebanon will receive $1,000,000 from the U.S. DOT Airport Improvement Program because of Cape Air's achievement of carrying 10,000 passengers from the airport in 2012. The airport is hoping to do this again in 2013. The funding will help implement eligible airport improvement projects.

"Cape Air is helping the airport achieve its goal by offering an end-of-the-year special. We hope our support enhances bookings and gives the airport the final push they need to reach 10,000 passengers," Cape Air President Linda Markam said. That special is a $49 each-way airfare for travel between Lebanon and Boston and $99 both each-way from Lebanon to New York. You have until the end of the year to travel.

Cape Air provides three daily flights from Lebanon to Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) and Westchester County White Plains Aiport (HPN).

The airport is hoping that people will book a flight instead of driving for the holiday season.
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