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North Dakota’s number of airline passengers continue its upward trend for the year of 2014 as the month of August saw a 6% increase in comparison to the previous year’s numbers. This also comes as Williston airport began providing direct flights to Houston, Texas. Kyle Wanner noted that “As the state continues to work hard to diversify North Dakota’s economy, the aviation industry continues to play an important role in those efforts. The continued addition of flights and new destinations by the airlines is proof individuals are businesses throughout the country have a demand for efficient transportation into and out of North Dakota.”


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