Those looking to fly to Florida without breaking the bank will be in luck later this year.
Silver Airways announced three new routes from Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport (GSP) to Orlando (MCO), Jacksonville (JAX) and Tampa (TPA). All are nonstop and will be available twice a week, starting with routes to Orlando on March 18, routes to Jacksonville on March 19 and routes to Tampa on March 21.
Rates start at $59 per leg for all routes.
Service to Orlando and Tampa will operate twice weekly on Thursdays and Sundays, while flights to Jacksonville will operate on Mondays and Fridays.
Tickets are already available for sale on Silver Airways mobile website and all airfair purchase platforms.
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Passengers going to Orlando will fly onboard an ATR 72-600, while Jacksonville and Tampa flights will use the ATR 42-600.
Founded in 2010 with assets from the now-defunct Gulfstream International Airlines, Silver Airways is a regional airline serving the United States with headquarters in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. It has 18 airplanes in its fleet and serves 28 destinations.
The new routes from Silver Airways makes it the seventh airline to serve GSP. Current airlines serving the airport include Allegiant Air, Delta Air Lines, Southwest Airlines, United Express, Delta Connection and American Eagle.