Change is on the way to passenger air service at Macon's Middle Georgia Regional Airport, but it won't interrupt service to Central Georgians flying in and out.
A new carrier is set to take over air service provided by Pacific Wings, L.L.C.
According to the U.S. Department of Transportation, Pacific Wings is not allow to suspend its service until January 22, 2013, or until the new provider, Sun Air Express, begins service.
Doug Faour with the airport says he received notification from the Georgia Department of Transportation about the transition.
Pacific Wings is a commuter airline company based in Dallas, Texas.
Their contract with the airport was initially set to expire the week of Christmas but Faour says it had to be extended until replacement service begins.
Sun Air will provide air service to the Middle Georgia Regional Airport under a two year contract.