OzarkD9S, you seem to equate "Southern" with backwards, backwoods or low-class, which isn't quite right. Many Southerners are all those things, but there are plenty of Southerners with MBAs and there have been countless Southerners throughout history who are so over-educated beyond even the scope of a mere MBA that all they're qualified to do is write novels. AR
), as fond as I am of the state, is generally backwards, backwoods, etc but that doesn't make it Southern. NW AR
specifically, is to me just rather common, there's no there there, really, no character - I associate that with the Midwest (which is probably my bias showing). I love AR
but not the way I love my (decidedly Southern, for better or worse) home state of Mississippi. (Ie Saturday in the fall in Oxford and even in Starkville is SOUTHERN - Saturday in the fall in Fayetteville is... Arkansas. There's an enormous difference.)
So how soon will we see other airlines add flights at MEM
, if there are to be additions? Had WN
already announced any increases in service?
I believe in the last round of small-community federal grants (I forget the name of the program) there was a proposal for G4
service from Millington outside of MEM
, but it was not selected.
[Edited 2014-12-15 19:52:35]
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