A new airline in town: Gulfstream
After a number of complaints led to Great Lakes Airlines losing its Essential Air Service subsidy, it was replaced this month by Gulfstream International Airlines.
The Fort Lauderdale, Fla. -based airline established its main center of operations in Billings and has brought its services out to the subsidized towns week by week.
"This was a big move, " Mickey Bowman, vice president of corporate communications for Gulfstream. "We are about 2,500 miles away from our home, so there have been some logistical problems, but we've solved them all. "
On May 1, flights to Havre and Lewistown start...