JAMESTOWN, N.D. (AP) -- The manager of Jamestown's airport says Great Lakes Airlines is pulling out of Jamestown and Devils Lake at the end of the month.
Matthew Leitner says Great Lakes is citing a pilot shortage.
Officials in both Devils Lake and Jamestown earlier endorsed a switch from Great Lakes to SkyWest Airlines to provide service under the federal Essential Air Service program. Great Lakes provides service on turboprop planes, while SkyWest flies jets. The federal Department of Transportation has the final say.