New flight to Minneapolis-St. Paul has no passengers

KCCR radio reports the first flight from Pierre, South Dakota to the Twin Cities was empty Monday. Officials are working on a plan to attract and inform passengers about the early morning flight.
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KCCR radio reports the first flight from Pierre, South Dakota to the Twin Cities was empty Monday. Officials are working on a plan to attract and inform passengers about the early morning flight.

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