U of I to Partner with Alaska Airlines on Boise Flights
June 01, 2021
This story by Kevin Richert appeared on Idaho Education News on May 27.
The University of Idaho wants an air link between its campus and Boise — and it is willing to pay up to $1.5 million to make it happen. The university will offer a three-year revenue guarantee to Alaska Airlines, under a contract that could bring back flights between Boise and Pullman, Washington. Read more.
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