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Cape Air recently announced that it is on track to enplane more than 2,000 passengers at the Lebanon Municipal Airport by the end of 2012--a figure not reached at the airport in 10 years, according to the company. If the airport reaches the threshold, it will become entitled to annual federal Airport Improvement Program funding of $1 million. Cape Air started service from Lebanon Airport in November of 2008 and year over year there has been an increase in passenger ridership. Cape Air partners with JetBlue.

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Title Annotation:TRANSPORTATION; partners with JetBlue
Publication:New Hampshire Business Review
Article Type:Brief article
Date:Dec 14, 2012
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