Airport Hopper will service CNY starting May 1
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When Canyonlands Field Airport reopens in May, locals and visitors to Moab will have a new way to travel between town and the terminal.

According to Jerry Dolejs, the owner and operator of Moab People Mover tour bus, he will begin offering the Airport Hopper shuttle service next week to transport visitors and residents arriving from Denver into downtown Moab, with service to accommodations as well as the inner downtown area.

One-way and round-trip tickets are available to purchase. In an interview last week, Dolejs told The Times-Independent that the shuttle would service every flight arrival and departure at the airport.

For more information on rates, stops and pick-up times, call 435-522-9154.

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