SeaPort Reports Growth in Salina, KS Traffic

SeaPort Reports Growth in Traffic

Salina passenger numbers see positive growth in October

(November 3, 2011) – SeaPort Airlines today announced record passenger traffic in Salina, Kansas with traffic during October 2011 increasing 84% in comparison to October 2010.

 “We’re very pleased with the record passenger traffic in Salina this past month,” said Rob McKinney, President–SeaPort Airlines.  “We thank the Salina community for their continued support in our efforts to improve local air service.”

 SeaPort also announced this week that they will host a canned food drive with Salina community partners from November 1st-Novemeber 18th, 2011.  All non-perishable food items that are collected will go to the Salina Emergency Aid/Food Bank in Salina, KS for distribution.

 To sweeten the deal, SeaPort Airlines has pledged to give every individual that drops off at least (4) four non-perishable food items one $25.00 SeaPort Travel Voucher.  Food must be dropped off at one of the listed co-sponsor drop-off locations during regular business hours:

  • SeaPort Airlines Ticket Counter at Salina Airport
  • Salina Area Chamber of Commerce
  • The Salina Journal
  • Kansas Wesleyan University
  • Brown Mackie College
  • Kansas National Guard
  • Salina Public Library
  • The New Zoo 92.7 FM
  • Eagle Media Center
  • Sign House
  • Chiropractic Wellness Center

 The Salina Media Group will also be helping the food drive effort by broadcasting Public Service Announcements, although they’re not a drop-off location.

 About SeaPort Airlines

Portland, Oregon-based SeaPort Airlines, Inc. operates daily scheduled flights in Arkansas, Tennessee, Kansas, Missouri, Texas, Idaho, Oregon, Washington, and Alaska. Reservations can be made by calling 888-573-2767, at www.SeaPortAirlines.com, or through all major GDS systems. Follow SeaPort on Facebook, Twitter, and via their blog the SeaPort RePort.  SeaPort Airlines prides itself on its outstanding air service. Customers can expect to encounter a unique and personalized travel experience from the moment they arrive for check-in at the terminal until they reach their destination.

Salina Food 4 Flight Food Drive & Travel Voucher Rules and Restrictions

Non-perishable food drop-offs must be made at a designated location during their regular business hours.  Each individual must bring in at least four (4) non-perishable food items to receive a $25.00 SeaPort Travel Voucher.  One SeaPort Travel Voucher will be issued to each individual system wide (one Travel Voucher per person) at a designated drop-off site during the time of drop-off.  No household limit.  Vouchers can be used based on seat availability.

 Children under 18 years of age must be accompanied by a parent; vouchers will be issued with the child’s name, but in the care of the adult present during the time of drop-off.

 SeaPort Travel Vouchers will be good for use from December 1st, 2011 to January 31st, 2012, and are not combinable with each other or any other SeaPort offer.  Vouchers are good for one use only, and are not redeemable for cash.  No cash back for unused portions.  The customer utilizing the voucher must match the name listed on the voucher, and must be presented at the time of check-in.  Blackout dates apply for travel on and between December 22nd, 2011 – December 27th, 2011.

 All donated items will go to the Salina Emergency Aid/Food Bank.

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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