By Frank Lockwood

Staff writer

BOARDMAN — SkyTaxi, an on-demand, unscheduled passenger air service, expects to begin Eastern Oregon operations in March.

With seven-day notice, travelers will be able to fly direct, even to towns without major, international, airports, and the prices are supposed to be lower than those of the big companies.

The company plans to put together a fleet of Cessna 414s, and will be able to take people places that the jumbo jets don’t go.

Chief Marketing Officer Dan Waldron explained the business plan to the Baker/Morrow Regional Partnership and the Port of Morrow Monday at the Riverside Center. (For the full story, please see the February 5, 2002 issue of the Hermiston Herald.)

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