Anyone visiting the Scranton-Wilkes Barre Airport (AVP) over the last five (5) years can’t help noticing the number of license plates from Texas Oklahoma, Missouri and elsewhere.  Parking spots are at a premium.   When the natural gas boom was in full swing, seats on local flights were full and additional flights were added.

Now, even though drilling has slowed due to excess surplus and low natural gas prices, AVP and the airlines are exploring restarting flights from Wilkes-Barre /Scranton to Pittsburgh.   There popular flights were halted seven (7) years ago when Pittsburgh International lost it’s status as a U.S. Air Hub.   The Scranton Times reports this morning that studies are underway that may restore service.  Nothing is certain but with natural gas drilling here to stay, the return of additional flights may be in the wind.

DLP and its 13 Trial Lawyers are representing workers from all over the country.  DLP has handled cases for clients from Texas, Oklahoma, Missouri, West Virginia, New York and other states.  DLP recently settled a GAS TRUCK ACCIDENT CASE for $14 million.  A GAS DRILLING RIG ACCIDENT CASE settled for $400,00.  Injury???  CALL DLP!!

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Joe Price

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Joe Price is a trial lawyer serving Northeast Pennsylvania for the past thirty years. He is Board certified by the National Board of Trial Advocacy and Pennsylvania Super Lawyer. Attorney Price has successfully tried many diverse cases including cases against General Motors, Dollar General, Pennsylvania Department of State and numerous insurance carriers.