SeaPort adds “Holiday Express” flights between Pendleton & Portland

SeaPort adds “Holiday Express” flights for Christmas Eve

$59* fares to and from Pendleton will get you home for the holidays

(December 20, 2011) – Longing to be home for the holidays?  Experiencing visions of sugar plums and snow?  SeaPort Airlines today announced the addition of two round trip flights this Saturday, December 24, 2011, between Pendleton and Portland, Ore.  Santa will still know where to find you if you decide to book a reservation—but book them quickly, Christmas will be here before you know it!

 The additional flights are scheduled to depart Portland at 8:00 AM and 11:00 AM.  Flights from Pendleton are scheduled to depart at 9:15 AM and 12:15 AM.  All seats will be available at $59* one-way for both Holiday Express flights on Saturday.  As a holiday bonus for all passengers flying between Pendleton and Portland on Saturday, SeaPort is increasing its baggage allowance to up to 50 lbs. per person to accommodate those traveling with gifts.  Reservations can be made now at www.SeaPortAirlines.com.

 Don’t forget that the Pendleton – Portland route does not require TSA screening, so you can travel with your gifts wrapped and ready for holiday giving.

 About SeaPort Airlines

Portland, Oregon-based SeaPort Airlines, Inc. operates daily scheduled flights in Oregon, Washington, Arkansas, Kansas, Tennessee, Missouri, Texas, 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.

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*Government imposed taxes and fees may apply, including a $4.50 PFC.

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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