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PenAir reducing Klamath Falls flights

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Klamath Falls, Ore. — PenAir is modifying its airline schedule in Klamath Falls. Instead of three flights a day, there will be two.

The company said while that’s a reduction, it will actually improve “on time” performance of flights and make it a more reliable operation for its customers.

PenAir said their operation has been impacted by the “nationwide pilot shortage” over the past several months.

Marketing Vice President Missy Roberts said, “By reducing our schedule to be in sync with our available crew resources, we hope to regain the confidence of the communities we serve. It has been a tough time for both our customers and our employees. We need to prove that we can provide a reliable flight schedule and good customer service.”

The company says it will revise its schedule effective immediately.

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