Airport officials are preparing incentives to lure more flights to and from Grand Island.
Central Nebraska Regional Airport officials say they want to add service to Florida, Arizona or California.
The airport already has daily flights to Kansas City, Mo., and two flights a week to Las Vegas.
Airport Executive Director Mike Olson says the airport board is willing to spend up to $130,000 of property tax money to entice airlines.
Proposals are on the airport board's agenda Wednesday night.
Board chairman Curtis Griess says that if another destination is added to the airport service, it will likely take four to six months for flights to begin.