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Great Lakes Aviation, Ltd. Reports February 2010 Traffic

March 9, 2010

CHEYENNE, Wyo., March 9 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ — Great Lakes Aviation, Ltd. (OTC Bulletin Board: GLUX) today announced preliminary passenger traffic results for the month of February 2010.


                            FEBRUARY 2010 AND YEAR TO DATE STATISTICS

                                    Feb-10            Feb-09          Change
    Passengers Enplaned             33,255            35,042          (5.1) %
    Revenue Passenger Miles (000)    9,672             9,634           0.4 %
    Available Seat Miles (000)      29,100            30,785          (5.5) %
    Load Factor                      33.24%            31.29%          2.0 pts
    RASM (cents)                     29.76             28.54           4.3 %

                                    YTD 2010          YTD 2009        Change
    Passengers Enplaned             67,346            72,457          (7.1) %
    Revenue Passenger Miles (000)   19,487            20,029          (2.7) %
    Available Seat Miles (000)      59,337            63,414          (6.4) %
    Load Factor                      32.84%            31.59%          1.3 pts
    RASM (cents)                     29.57             28.28           4.6 %

Great Lakes is providing scheduled passenger service at 60 airports in fifteen states with a fleet of Embraer EMB-120 Brasilias and Raytheon/Beech 1900D regional airliners. Additional information is available at http://www.flygreatlakes.com/ including a current route map at http://www.flygreatlakes.com/route_map/route_map.htm.

All scheduled flights are operated under the Great Lakes Airlines marketing identity in conjunction with code-share agreements with United Airlines and/or Frontier Airlines at our Albuquerque, Billings, Denver, Phoenix, Kansas City, MO and Ontario, CA hubs. The company also operates a Milwaukee hub.


    Contact:        Michael Matthews, VP Finance/CFO
                    (307) 432-7000

SOURCE Great Lakes Aviation, Ltd.


Source: newswire



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