Interview: 9/11 Brought 'Complete' Change To Cape Air


Sept. 7, 2011

by Bob Seay

A small Cape Air jet is seen on the tarmac at Boston Logan Airport. (Michael Kappel/Flickr)

HYANNIS — Sept. 11 brought havoc to the U.S. airline business. As airlines scrambled to shore up security, many went bankrupt.

Dan Wolf is a state Senator and the owner of Cape Air, the small airline that flies in and out of Cape Cod to several cities around the United States. He spoke with WGBH's Bob Seay about the dramatic, immediate effect the attacks had on his business.

Click the player above to hear the conversation.

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