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North Dakota's airports post increase in passengers over June 2013; more jet service offered

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BISMARCK, North Dakota — Passenger numbers in June at North Dakota's eight commercial service airports were up more than 6 percent over the same month a year ago.

The North Dakota Aeronautics Commission says there were 99,658 boardings in the month, an increase of 5,992 passengers from June 2013.

The month marked the first time that all eight airports have been able to offer jet service. Devils Lake and Jamestown added jets to Denver on June 5.

Aeronautics Commission director Kyle Wanner says air service has never been better in North Dakota.

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