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Oil Patch airports bombarded with traffic

Published 09/29/2012, The Jamestown Sun

Small western North Dakota airfields built decades ago for crop sprayers and single-engine planes are now supporting sleek business jets and freight- and personnel-laden turboprops that have descended on towns with the rise in oil activity.

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