AviNation News: SeaPort Airlines Offers First Time Flyer Fares

Portland, Ore. (January, 17th 2011) – SeaPort Airlines announced today that it will launch a First Time Flyer fare from several of the communities it serves in the Mid South, Midwest, and Pacific Northwest. For just $29*, $49*, or $69, new passengers can book discounted fares from January 18th through February 18th, 2011 for flights through February 28th, 2011. The First Time Flyer fare gives new customers the opportunity to try the air service with little impact on their pocketbooks.

“This is a great opportunity to increase ridership and demonstrate the high-quality service we offer.” Says Rob McKinney—President SeaPort Airlines. “The First Time Flyer fare is a wonderful way to reach out to community members and say ‘come check us out.’ We’re fast, friendly, and more convenient than driving.”

Reservations for the First Time Flyer fare must be made by calling SeaPort’s reservation line at 888-573-2767. First Time Flyer rates are dependent upon route.

SeaPort Airlines is a scheduled commuter airline, operating over 100 total daily scheduled flights within Arkansas, Tennessee, Missouri, Kansas, Oregon, Washington and Alaska. Each location consistently provides passengers with efficient and convenient service. Reservations can be made by calling 888-573-2767 or visiting the SeaPort Airlines website at http://www.SeaPortAirlines.com.

***Based on availability. Passenger must be a first time flyer to qualify for rate. Additional taxes and fees may apply, including federal segment fees of up to $14.80 and Passenger Facility Charges (PFCs) of up to $18. Reservations for the First Time Flyer fare must be made by calling 888-573-2767. Discounts vary, and are dependent upon destinations.

About SeaPorter

SeaPort Airlines, Inc. offers scheduled passenger air service across 9 states. It’s air travel the way it should be – fast, friendly and convenient. Hometown service. Worldwide connections.
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