updated: 5/31/2012 7:29:44 AM
Indianapolis International Airport is officially welcoming a new airline. Georgia-based Vision Airlines will begin non-stop service to and from Myrtle Beach today.
April 26, 2012
Suwanee, GA -- Vision Airlines announced today new, non-stop 737 jet service to Myrtle Beach, S.C., from the following cities: Cincinnati, Cleveland, Toledo, and Columbus, Ohio; Indianapolis; Louisville; Nashville; and Springfield, Ill. Seats are on sale now for flights, beginning May 31, 2012, through October 31, 2012.
Vision Airlines’ low-cost fares to Myrtle Beach start at just $109* each-way (including all taxes and fees). Tickets and complete vacation packages may be purchased at www.VisionAirlines.com or through the Vision Airlines Call Center at 1-877-FLY-A-JET (1-877-359-2538). Customers may also contact their local travel agent for more information.
"We are excited to welcome Vision Airlines to MYR and we are confident that the markets that they've chosen will provide terrific opportunities for both Vision Airlines and our destination,” said Mike La Pier, Director of Airports, MYR. “It's been our goal, along with the Chamber and Golf Holiday, to continue to work to bring new visitors to our destination with increased air service. We are pleased to partner with Vision Air to introduce all that Myrtle Beach can offer to a new and much greater audience," added La Pier.
In the past, passengers traveling to Myrtle Beach have had to endure long layovers, hours in the car, very expensive fares, and flying on cramped regional jets. Vision Airlines’ non-stop, big jet, Boeing 737 service will save passengers time and money.
"Vision Airlines’ new, non-stop flights to Myrtle Beach are another step in providing low-cost air service to fantastic vacation destinations. The great golf courses and family-friendly beaches make Myrtle Beach an excellent vacation value," said David Meers, Senior Vice President of Vision Airlines. “Vision Airlines’ non-stop, big jet, Boeing 737 service will save passengers time and money, making flying a more attractive option for traveling to Myrtle Beach this summer.”
For decades, Myrtle Beach has maintained its status as an award-winning destination. Many leisure travelers choose Myrtle Beach because of attractions that include 60 miles of beautiful beaches, top hotels and vacation rentals, championship golf courses, thrilling water sports, live entertainment, amusement parks and an abundance of dining options. Approximately 14 million visitors vacation in Myrtle Beach each year, and now Vision Airlines’ new flights will make it more affordable and convenient to fly there.
About Vision Airlines
Vision Airlines has been in operation for more than 18 years offering low-cost flights to the most popular leisure destinations. Vision Airlines is an ETOPS certified Part 121 Air Carrier. The company's fleet consists of 19-passenger and 30-passenger Dornier turboprops, Boeing 737's and wide-body Boeing 767's. Vision Airlines offers both scheduled and charter flights to international and domestic destinations. Additionally, the company continues to offer popular tourist flights from Las Vegas to the Grand Canyon. Vision Airlines has offices in Las Vegas, Atlanta and Washington DC. For more information please visit www.visionairlines.com
Source: Vision Airlines