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Missouri tries to attract air cargo

Missouri tries to attract air cargo

“We only need a small amount of success. We’re not trying to be Atlanta or Dallas or O’Hare or New York or Los Angeles,” Lancaster says. “We believe, however, that this airport most certainly has a place that it enjoyed in the past by virtue of having a large international carrier here. If it made sense for them, it could make sense for other carriers who similarly want to create an opportunity in a market where they’re not necessarily butting up against their competitors day in and day out.”

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