Ga. saves taxpayers' money with chartered flights

12/18/2012 | Atlanta Journal-Constitution, The

Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal grounded the state's two airplanes and shifted most government air travel to charter-based flights in a move expected to save taxpayers more than $2 million per year. The state contracted with three private charter services, Epps Air Service, FlightWorks and Inflight Medical Services International.

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