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GRAND RAPIDS (WZZM) - Managers of Gerald R. Ford International Airport will make what they call a "major announcement" Monday about air service. However, they're not saying what that announcement will be.
Representatives from the Regional Air Alliance of West Michigan will join airport officials for the Monday morning news conference. The alliance previously helped bring Frontier and AirTran Airlines to West Michigan.
There is speculation that Southwest Airlines, which bought AirTran last year, will begin service to West Michigan.
Seven airlines currently serve Gerald R. Ford International Airport.
WZZM 13 will have a live report at Noon on Monday and post all the information on online, as it comes in.