Air Service Begins Again Out of Fort Dodge

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Fort Dodge Airport (WHO-HD)
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FORT DODGE, Iowa — After one year without air service, flights will be going in and out of Fort Dodge again.

Monday, Air Choice One will start regular flights out of Fort Dodge. The airline will fly passengers from Fort Dodge to Lambert St. Louis Airport as well as one daily flight to Chicago’s O’Hare.

The town has been without air service since Great Lake Airlines ended its service last February, due to a pilot shortage.

The contract with Air Choice One is set for two years.


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