Airlines Adding Flights to New Cities

The Airline Industry is beginning to add new flights to new cities. Some of
these flights are being returned
New Training Centersto the airline schedules because they were cut last year in
response to record high fuel prices in 2008. The following airlines have added flights to these pairs of cities:

Delta Airlines:

  • Atlanta and Columbus
  • Jacksonville, Florida and Cincinnati

Allegiant Air:

  • Grand Rapids and Las Vegas
  • Grand Rapids and Orlando
  • Grand Rapids and St. Petersburg

AirTran:

  • Jacksonville and Atlanta

Continental Airlines:

  • Jacksonville and Cleveland

JetBlue:

  • Jacksonville and New York City

Northwest Airlines:

  • Jacksonville and Detroit

United Airlines:

  • Jacksonville and Washington-Dulles

Southwest Airlines:

  • Nashville and Baltimore/ Washington, D.C.(BWI)
  • Nashville and Phoenix
  • Nashville and Chicago
  • Nashville and Jacksonville
  • Nashville and Tampa
  • San Francisco and Orange County (5 flights daily)

Alaska Air/Horizon Airlines:

  • Seattle and Portland (4 flights daily)