Politics & Government

April 30, 2010

Columbia caught in Southwest's crosswind

If Southwest Airlines lands in Greenville and Charleston, Columbia could lose half of its 1 million-plus passengers a year within two years, Columbia's airport director says. Thursday night, Midlands lawmakers were plotting to hold up $15 million in state incentives to woo the discount airline to South Carolina because none of the money would go to Columbia.

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