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A central Australian airline has drawn up a business plan outlining proposed passenger flights between Tennant Creek and Alice Springs.
Aboriginal Air Services says it has had a good response from the community about the potential service and there is a gap in the market that needs filling.
The move would allow passengers to meet up with flights offered by major airlines leaving Alice Springs.
The company's general manager, Anthony Sandford, says the board has to approve the proposal before it can go ahead.
"There are a number of factors particularly on the marketing side, the viability of the route, the longevity of the route, seasonal fluctuations, you know what potential growth there is in the region and also primary industry and business also is a factor," he said.
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