Officials in Loveland, Colo., are exploring a program that would allow local residents to check in for flights and undergo screening at the intimate Fort Collins-Loveland Municipal Airport, then travel by bus to far-busier Denver International Airport. Surveys show about 160,000 passengers from the Loveland area drive to Denver each year to catch flights, and Public Works Director Keith Reester believes a so-called "Wingless Flight" program would be an attractive way to save time and money. "If we could pioneer it here, this type of service could be replicated throughout the United States," he says.

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