Jamestown Regional Airport and Devils Lake Regional Airport will continue to be served by SkyWest Airlines under an Essential Air Service contract from the U.S. Department of Transportation, according to Sen. John Hoeven, R-N.D.

Under the contract, SkyWest, flying for United Airlines, will continue to offer 12 round trips per week to Denver through 2023. There will be no change from previous contracted services.

“We appreciate the Administration extending SkyWest’s contract to provide air service to Jamestown and Devils Lake through 2023,” Hoeven said in a statement. “Reliable air service is important for these communities as it supports business, tourism and other economic growth.”

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