I honestly hope that this blog is neither. In fact I truly believe that the website and blog try to portray an accurate picture of ORH. To that end, let me give you an example. Before I do, I can not say enough about JetBlue. Unless you have flown JetBlue, you do not know what I mean.
I have put alot of emphasis into the City of Worcester putting a big time effort into getting Cape Air to fly out of ORH with a code-sharing agreement with JetBlue, like they have done with P-town, Hyannis, Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket. Recently, I believe it was Harry Tembenis, pointed out that Cape Air had a rather large problem with their fleet of Cessnas. You read the story here. Now putting this link on the blog about Cape Air, does that make me negative towards Cape Air?? No, I still believe we should be looking into them.
Bottom line is that the more information that all of us put forward about ORH will make ORH be the successful airport that we all know that it can be. In addition if anyone wants to start to own blog or website, let me know I will put links to it anywhere I can.
PS Since January 1st of this year, I personally have flown three round-trips to Florida (Tampa, Fort Lauderedale and Orlando) none of which from ORH (2 from Boston on JetBlue and 1 from Providence on Southwest). That is the real story here.
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