Published reports shed more light on additional reasons why SeaPort wants to terminate it’s Greenville-to-Memphis airline service

The Portland, Oregon-based carrier received harsh criticism when it cancelled multiple flights after a long-delayed launch in March for what company officials said were a number of reasons that resulted in a snowball effect causing even more issues as SeaPort said they were left trying to play catch-up. A local decision was made not invest any more money in marketing efforts to promote the troubled effort. The airline would later claim this prevented them from recruiting enough passengers. In it’s request to the DOT to stop offering the service as of this August, SeaPort also said new FAA guidelines have made it more difficult for them to hire pilots.


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